25 September 2017
Good news, a year after its appearance on the first smartphones (¹), Apple finally integrates a GNSS receiver chipset compatible GALILEO. The iPhone 8/8+ and soon iPhone X are now filled Modem MDM9655 LTE Snapdragon the X16 … Continue reading
1 August 2017
Global Navigation Systems distributes since December 2012 its new Bluetooth GPS, GNS 2000. It is now replaced by GNS2000 more, equipped with a new GALILEO compatible receiver.
Certified to work with Apple products by Apple MFI "Made label … Continue reading
11 March 2017
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To date, the constellation of GPS satellites the Chinese BeiDou-2 covers only part of East Asia and the Western Pacific. With the commissioning of GALILEO European GPS late 2016, the scheduled replacement of the 2nd generation GPSII … Continue reading
17 october 2016
Within a month of the launch by Ariane 5 four new satellites of the GALILEO constellation to 18 satellites, manufacturers of components of location have already presented their new chips of location supporting the European GNSS. This has … Continue reading
23 th July 2016
Early January 2011 I wrote started the year in a bad mood (¹) After finding repeated incompetence of Apple sellers, during Christmas, concerning devices they sold, mainly iPad and iPhone. I note unfortunately as 5 years … Continue reading
31 March 2016
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Since my first post on GALILEO end 2011 (¹), Europe's space has increased. Despite the economic uncertainties and many budgetary restrictions, Course and schedule have been maintained thanks to a community political flawless. it … Continue reading
19 th July 2015
Following my recent post on GPS2IP, to use (tentatively) of an iPhone GPS to transmit the position to MacENC on Mac, You can also do the same for an iPad Wi - Fi with no GPS.
But, yet … Continue reading
16 th July 2015
As the number of receivers GPS greatly increases, so does our dependency on the GPS, but satellites are subject to wear out and age.
THE U.S. Air Force launches since 2010 the second constellation of GPS satellites, named GPS Block IIR, or … Continue reading
30 June, 2015
Expected for a long time. In fact since the release of iOS 8.3 that included a bug preventing the Bluetooth GPS to provide position applications (iNavX and Co).
Apple today announced, between other corrections :
Other improvements and bug … Continue reading
6 June, 2015
It knows already the principle allowing to send NMEA data from MacENC to iNavX on iPhone or iPad (¹), hence to use boats instruments connected to the Mac to provide location for iNavX.
The opposite is also available. The GPS2IP application, … Continue reading