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USG_TECH7:
Welcome everyone!!!
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You ask yourself ...what different types of GPS systems are available?
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Today there is a huge selection of GPS systems catering for the needs of different applications and users.
The basic units are just the plain old receiver with minimal set of features. A basic unit can be bought for around 100 dollars.These simple devices have the basic functionality of reporting the location in terms of latitude and longitude. They may also have a base map (a very high level map that contains major highways and few Points of Interests) of a region. Basic units have limited processor and memory capacity.These units are ideal for a person with low budget whom would like to use GPS for basic navigation, educational activities and fun.

We would like to classify these systems under following main categories:


* Sports / Training Units
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* Portable Units
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* Car GPS systems
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* Double DIN systems
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* PDA based Systems
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* Laptop based Systems
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More on this topic can be found at http://www.usglobalsat.com/t-gps_variations.aspx

Smileme:
 My ZorroGPS may be the car GPS system or protable units.

TWG_TECH8:

--- Quote from: Smileme on September 01, 2009, 02:54:52 am --- My ZorroGPS may be the car GPS system or protable units.

--- End quote ---

Hi,

I am interested about the model name.

Sincerely,

Geoffrey

danny07:
visit www.GPS4NET.com

techalfa:
Hi, GPS (Global Positioning System) is a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver. See Growth of GPS tracking

Hope this will help you too.

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