[Loadstone] Anyone know a gps that does not have a static threshold?

Brett brett06 at tpg.com.au
Thu Nov 23 05:18:34 GMT 2006

Can't you change to SIRF3 protocol via the menus, then most things appear to
be mostly accessible to Jaws.

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  From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com]On Behalf Of Rob Melchers
  Sent: Thursday, 23 November 2006 4:27 AM
  To: General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program
  Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Anyone know a gps that does not have a static

  The bt338 and GPSlim236 receivers by Holux are now shipping with Static
Navigation turned off, as far as I know. About 7 months ago, they had SN on.
Some resellers may have had old stock and that's why some of us have
purchased a receiver with SN in the 'car mode'. SN is a feature that can be
turned off by means of a program that is used by developers and
manufacturers called SIRFDEMO. In fact, it's a piece of cake if you can see
and know what you are doing. However, if you rely on a screenreader it's a
'no go'. Basic communication with GPS receivers runs via NMEA messages, but
there's a binary connection that allows for the fine tuning of SiRF3*
chipsets. If you make a mistake in binary mode, e.g. you hit the wrong key
while searching for the right menu, or switch the communication between your
computer and the receiver off at the wrong moment, you're stuck with a
receiver that's not accessible anymore. There's a work-around in that you
take out the battery and wait for 24 hours, until the CMos battery has died.
That resets the receiver back to factory mode and you can have another go.
In short, don't do it if you don't have experience with this kind of stuff.
Then again, if you know someone with good computer skills and a pair of
working eyes, there's your solution. I've got the program here, and if you
are willing to take a risk, just mail me and I'll send it to you. But don't
complain when things go wrong.

  The RoyalTec 2001 and 2010 have SN turned off and I also use the Adapt
AD750 that comes with SN off.


  At 11/22/2006, you wrote:

    Aedan O'Meara wrote:
    > Hi list,
    > Does anyone know a make of gps that does not have a static threshold?

    For what it is worth, my receiver is an Adapt AD 750 and I haven't got
    of the trouble you described.
    But I don't know if it uses static navigation or not. I just bought this
    because it is small and because I could get it for a very nice price.

    Kind regards,

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    Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
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