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GPS devices are wonderfully capable but also complicated for the new user. GPS Primer provides GPS info explained in simple, everyday terms to get you started on the right foot in your travels.
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Software for linking your mac to GPS receivers. Support for Apple Macintosh OS is sadly an afterthought among many GPS manufacturers. MacGPS Pro helps add that functionality back. MacGPS Pro supports almost all GPS receivers for moving map images on the Mac screen in real-time. Connect to your Garmin or Magellan for transferring Waypoints, Routes, and Track Logs. MacGPS Pro works with no receiver connected for viewing digital maps, measuring distances, editing waypoints, and creating routes.
GPSy is a sophisticated Macintosh GPS communications and GIS mapping program. GPSy connects your Macintosh to a broad range of Global Positioning System (GPS) navigational units and has advanced mapping, logging, and data transfer features. GPSy has extensive support for USGS DRG topo maps, Internet DGPS-IP servers, GPSyLinks to Internet Map Servers, StreetAtlas 4, and IPC's MapFan II, as well as user-scanned maps, Magellan and Lowrance/Eagle data transfer protocols, Sony IPS protocol, Rockwell Zodiac/Tripmate binary protocol support, Trimble TSIP support and much more.
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