I’d be interested to hear others’ impressions. I had a little trouble setting it up, so I decided to give a little explanation on how to use it in Linux:. Works since linux kernel 2. Select Forum News – www. The PC application lets you export logged data to. Even if you turn off the , the logging resumes when you start it again.

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iblue A+ | GPS Data Logger Software – BT

They don’t feel quite finished at this time. I don’t understand why but it didn’t work without the “-p” switch, although the man pages states it. Even if you turn off thethe logging resumes when you start it again.

This small device works well with PCs and Mobile Phones.

This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat I wonder how the software handles manual points and if it singles them out properly. Intersting about the two modes. The does have a button, as per the illustration, to manually record data points but I haven’t used it. A back-to-back comparison with the Globalsat DG would be really interesting since these are the products that seem to be offering the best logging capabilities for the time being.


Impressive performance on that flight, was it stored in the overhead compartment? It gets recognized in the other modes too, but didn’t work! This is not a review, just a few impressions. I was hoping I could find a dealer in Germany or UK or even better, in Sweden that would sell it to me. I ordered the iBlue from Semsons a week or so ago, and it got delivered here Norway in 6 days.

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Is there just a NMEA command that you send to get it to dump all data points? The device can be used in Linux too; e. Transystem i-Blue Users. Retrieved from ” http: If you think you might need a Bluetooth GPS then the or are interesting, but I tend to believe in single purpose devices that do their “main” job best.

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Never had such a problem with the Globalsat DG which does strengthen my belief in single-purpose devices that do one thing well. One more thing, jblue the datalogger software’s Vista incompatibility, I’m not able to download the logs from the unit using my laptop. It has to be stopped by the PC loggsr. The key there is the semi-standard CSV file that is created. Has anyone tried to get the data-logging ability working with linux?


I’m also looking forward to a review of the i-Blue Views Read View source View history. Navigation menu Personal tools English Create account Log in.

View more current devices at http: In case you use gpsd use. I think I’d like to see some improvments there before chosing that receiver.

Log in every 5 seconds, and Bluetooth connection, stationary. After 4 hours, it has to redownload the full ephemeris and that requires some good signal 28dB-Hzbut maybe you had it on the seat.


Apparently they are working on software that will allow for data downloading over Bluetooth, faster transfer over Bluetooth and a PocketPC application.

So a bit expensive, but I really wanted it. On the flight the unit was in a travel bag sitting on a seat, not overhead.

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