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Tip of the Day 2/24:Choosing a GPSr —Chip

In this post on Choosing a GPSr (GPS receiver),we’d like to discuss the processing chip.

The key name to remember here is SiRF,a chipset that makes receivers more accurate. Invest in a SiRF chip-enabled GPSr. It will save you time in the field.

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Do you like your GPSr? Would you recommend [...]

Tip of the Day 2/17:Choosing a GPSr —Memory/storage

In this post on Choosing a GPSr (GPS receiver),we’d like to discuss memory and storage.

Cheaper and older GPSr units,including the Garmin 60 series,come with only 24 MB or less of internal memory. That’s enough to hold a few states’worth of maps,which doesn’t seem like a big deal until you [...]

Tip of the Day 2/10:Choosing a GPSr —Geocaching features

In this post on Choosing a GPSr (GPS receiver),we’d like to discuss geocaching features.

In the early days of handheld GPS navigation,most GPSr manufacturers included a few geocaching features strictly as an after-thought. Cache waypoints were all but indistinguishable from any others and the volume of information that users could capture was [...]

Tip of the Day 2/3:Choosing a GPSr —music/video

In this post on Choosing a GPSr (GPS receiver),we’d like to discuss music and video.

The spacious memory and storage capacity of today’s units have enabled many manufacturers to add the ability to play MP3 and video files. We can’t imagine why this would be useful for geocaching (unless you’re a devotee of the [...]