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29th October 2007, 11:40 AM
A dealer gave me a link to a site that has some good information on GPS programming. It gave me the idea to include a new Forum where anyone can post programs they have created or found on the net so that other may gain from such resources. No doubt there are other sites out there that do the same, however, I consider it a must to include such a Forum to help make this site a diverse and informative site on any aspect on GPS and not just maps.

The link below will take you to a site with programs to make use of the accurate atomic clock or to filter the NMEA string and much more. Most of us will find the information excessively technical but at least it is a start on the future of providing a resource that maybe all of us will find useful.

:grnmonstr Make sure you make the new thread that has programs or links to programs like this one a sticky so it remains at the top. A thread created that is only a question or a point of view etc should not be stickied.


31st October 2007, 06:18 PM
Well I'll get the ball rolling with exactly the sort of project you mentioned.

programs to make use of the accurate atomic clock
Primarily an accurate clock that can update itself,
but also many other things.


Also posted this on Austech recently after completing the speed log video.

I did this before I ever saw a commercial mapping GPS unit.
Source is never going to be available to the public,
but people are free to take whatever ideas from it.
It was originaly inspired by Hans Summer's Radio Controlled Clock:


Cheers, Art.

31st October 2007, 10:06 PM
Art, thanks for that reply, however, it is best to create a new topic and sticky it so it is easy to find.