[Loadstone] Tools to drive receivers.
g.unit89 at clearwire.net
Thu Mar 22 01:23:31 GMT 2007
Well, I just tried it on my Holux GPSlim 236 which has the SIRF III chipset.
It looks like I did something wrong and now my Holux is now disfunctional. I
tried turning static navigation off resulting in my Holux being undetectable
by any device. I tried connecting to it through my Nokia 6682 and it is able
to connect but it will not report anything. I tried doing a factory reset by
going through the actions>initialize source and selecting factory reset.
That didn't seem to fix the issue.
I was wondering if you have any ideas in fixing this issue.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mikolaj Rotnicki" <mikolaj-rotnicki at o2.pl>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 4:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Tools to drive receivers.
> If your GPS receiver is based on SiRFStar III (SiRFStar 3) chipset, then
> SiRFDemo software might be useful. The "Demo" in its name might be
> confusing - it is the name of the software - NOT the demo version (as you
> might think).
> You can download it from here:
> Manual in PDF is also available.
> It is useful for checking, and changeing all the parameters of your
> III based GPS receiver. A specially turning off the so called "static
> navigation" (SN). It is recommended to turn the SN off for pedestrian use
> of the GPS receiver.
> Do you have a SiRFStar III chipset based GPS receiver?
> Example SiRFStar III receivers:
> Nokia LD-3W
> G-Space GSR 238
> Globalsat BT 359
> The hints on the following forum may help as Quick Start for SiRFDemo and
> using it to turn off static navigation.
> Mikolaj Rotnicki
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gabriel Battaglia" <gabriele.battaglia at gmail.com>
> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 10:49 PM
> Subject: [Loadstone] Tools to drive receivers.
>> Hello all.
>> I remember was passed here several days ago a topic regarding some tool,
>> usuful to connect GPS receivers via Bluetooth with computer in order to
>> them commands and read their output.
>> I know that's kind of dangerous activity but I wish to investigate if my
>> receiver does support the WAAS/EGNOS mode.
>> In fact, I've never seen the differential GPS fix and I would like to do
>> everything is possible to be sure that my receiver can use that protocol
>> not... guys, 3 meters of accuracy sounds so good!
>> Can someone could suggest me where I should point my browser to looking
>> one of these tools?
>> Thank you in advance.
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