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  • Blog Post: GPS.NET 3.0: thanks Jon!!

    Unfortunately I had to put GPS-Programming in stand-by mode… but finally some days ago I was reading one of the posts I wrote about GPS roughly one year ago, and tried to navigate to a company’s webpage I remembered containing a lot of interesting info and controls about GPS, i.e. GeoFrameworks : well...
  • Blog Post: GPS Antenna on Windows Mobile: Internal or External?

    - Do we really care? - GPS Hardware Port settings - Avoid end-user actions - A possible programmatic solution   For whatever reason you may want to know if the GPS Antenna your Windows Mobile device is connected to is internal or external... but... are we sure we should care? If you’re using...
  • Blog Post: GPS Programming Tips for Windows Mobile - Part 3

    - GPS Signal Quality - Error Reduction - Avoid problems with localizations - Data Layer: do NOT use XML files... - Hints about showing itinerary with GPS Data independently on current device resolution\orientation (- links to this project on Codeplex and to webcast Creating Location-Aware...
  • Blog Post: GPS Programming Tips for Windows Mobile - Part 2

    - Useful samples on the web - Bluetooth Shared Source possible enhancements As I wrote in a previous post , in my case I wanted to play (once in my life!) with NMEA sentences and therefore didn't want to use GPS Intermediate Driver, at least for the first "release" of the (for-my-own-fun-) application...
  • Blog Post: GPS Programming Tips for Windows Mobile - Part 1

    - Introducing GPS Intermediate Driver Scenario: jogging in a park with a friend. You wouldn't like to carry on a Pocket PC with you, even if with integrated GPS Antenna (ok, you may prefer it...). So I chose a Smartphone in a pocket and the Bluetooth GPS Antenna in the other. Some runners prefer...
  • Blog Post: GPS Programming Tips for Windows Mobile - Presentation

    Do you love SportsDo ? I do. " SportsDo is a GPS sports tracking system for your mobile phone which enables you to record your sporting activities while broadcasting live tracking stats to friends and family via the SportsDo web portal. " [cit.] SportsDo was even mentioned by Bill Gates at MEDC2005 in...
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