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  1. #8
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Navegante View Post
    Thanks. It is not really needed. I can convert nmea data to kml or gpx using the Navilink programme from the BGT 31.

    It's just fun to mess about with these things.

    cheers
    NMEA already done.
    so now supported this types of track files:
    GPX
    NMEA (Doppler speed support)
    FIT, TCX (Garmin Forerunner/Fenix etc)
    SBN (Locosys GT-11/GT-31)

    And many other features. Please check it

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...d=ua.khirh.wta

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    which version of .gpx?

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    Fantastic!!

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    Bit of a thread resurrection - but how does a normal basic android smartphone with GPS/AGPS/GLONASS compare to a basic Data Logger as proposed by the original poster, as the source for the GPS track? Is a Data logger more or less accurate - are either good enough to be useful for windsurfing?

    I usually have an old nokia phone inside my wetsuit for emergencies (it can be pretty quiet windsurfing on UK south coast mid week in winter), and was thinking of swapping it for a budget smartphone so that I can get the data track, and also be tracked remotely. There are apps that let you configure the power/on / off button to send an SOS message including GPS coords, when pressed in a specific way.

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