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SirfTech: Program to adjust nearly all parameter of Sirf III GPS

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Hi all,

...by chance I came across this one - and I think it deserves an own thread here (despite already mentioned in another for Samsung): http://w5.nuinternet.com/s660100031/SirfTech.htm

With this program you can adjust nearly all parameters of the Sirf III chipset residing in many Bluetooth GPS devices - including the often asked-for "Static Navigation" feature. Additionally you can play with: setting rates for various message types, the power control or the filtering for data that is considered valid for navigation.

To undertand the meaning of what you do, you should download and read the available documentation from Sirf directly - don't bother the author of the program with that.

It was around for touchscreen devices a little longer - but there the choice was bigger anyway.

Have fun - and don't forget to donate.

bye

tobbbie

:-)

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Hi all,

...by chance I came across this one - and I think it deserves an own thread here (despite already mentioned in another for Samsung): http://w5.nuinternet.com/s660100031/SirfTech.htm

With this program you can adjust nearly all parameters of the Sirf III chipset residing in many Bluetooth GPS devices - including the often asked-for "Static Navigation" feature. Additionally you can play with: setting rates for various message types, the power control or the filtering for data that is considered valid for navigation.

To undertand the meaning of what you do, you should download and read the available documentation from Sirf directly - don't bother the author of the program with that.

It was around for touchscreen devices a little longer - but there the choice was bigger anyway.

Have fun - and don't forget to donate.

bye

tobbbie

:-)

Has anyone tried this and care to comment?

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I've been using it for some time to tweak the parameters of my F-S Loox N100 (to disble the static navigation filter) and also my Globalsat BT-338. It works fine, but you have to be careful with what you do or you could mess the communications paramenters, and this is a difficult problem to solve.

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