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GPS Sentry for Pocket PC
Posted on 17-Apr-2004 23:18 | Tags Filed under: Software


GPS Sentry for Pocket PC
Using GPS Sentry is simple. After installation, you can configure GPS Sentry by tapping START > SETTINGS > ITEMS, then selecting GPS Sentry and tapping the OPTIONS button. GPS Sentry also features a popup menu that allows setting of most options. To use the popup menu, just tap-and-hold on the GPS Sentry window.

  • Small footprint both in memory and on the Today screen
  • Multipaged display with a full set of GPS data and statistics
  • Log position data in Trimble GML or NMEA $GPRMC format
  • Easy to install or remove
  • Easy to enable and disable allowing other programs to access the GPS
  • 15 day evaluation







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