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  • ck3k
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    I just found that out, so today I have gots to go buy me my new GPS.. happy happy me. It took some searching but its all worth it. The netstumbler forum is the source for all that is wifi. The bad grammar is ment to color up the post....:D

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  • blackwave
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    Re: GPS and Netstumbler

    Originally posted by ck3k
    *Any GPS will work as long as it uses nmea output, so I answered my own question.
    NetStumbler v0.3.30 supports the Garmin Protocol and NMEA if you have a Garmin you can use this protocol over the NMEA since Garmin updates every second while NMEA updates every two seconds.

    I personaly like the Garmin eTrex Series... but for whatever GPS you use make sure it is compatible with your system in that:
    - there is a serial/usb cable for communications with your stumbling device be it laptop, pda...
    - there is available driver support for any type of serial->usb converter for your OS
    -You have all the components required such as gender changers and adapters if you do not have a cable that does not require them.

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  • ck3k
    started a topic GPS and Netstumbler

    GPS and Netstumbler

    I know this question has been rasied before, but I myself am unclear on one thing, will a magellan work with netstumbler? I was looking at a neato magellan sportrak which has all the features I am looking for, but I didn't want to buy until I knew more about compatability.


    Magellan sportrak


    *Any GPS will work as long as it uses nmea output, so I answered my own question.
    Last edited by ck3k; December 22, 2002, 02:44.
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