The driver is what handles making it almost always a com port, and is device specific. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Under the Hardware and Sound section, select View devices and printers. I recommend this discussion The parser interprets the actual NMEA formatted data. I look forward to subject focused replies.
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GlobalSat BUS4 SiRF Star IV USB GPS Receiver
The BUS4 is suitable for the following applications: You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Globalsat BT You don’t really want a driver, you want a parser.
The BuS4’s MicroPower mode allows the receiver to stay in a hot start-like condition almost continuously while consuming very little power. So maybe this is the answer. Tell us about your experience with our site.
It was a novelty purchase for to be honest. I recommend this discussion Right click on the device icon and select Properties.
I bought it after reading this thread of virtual experience. Look at this parser project http: Wildsoldier Replied on April 24, Make note vu-353 this COM number for future reference.
GPS tracker, wearable devices Manufacturer – GlobalSat WorldCom Corp.
This site gu-353 other languages x. Does anyone have any experience with navmii and an external GPS adapter with the surface? Bryan Heath Replied on June 10, All, I have read many many threads on this subject.
There is an android app “Bluetooth GPS Output” that works flawlessly with my tablet using an aviation map display. Don’t know if there is an equivalent app for apple.
Select the Hardware tab. This thread is locked. Mostly saying how disappointing it is that Pro 3 doesnt have GPS.
But instead of adding to that fruitless discussion, I’d like to start a new one. I look forward to subject focused replies.
External Surface Pro 3 GPS device
I’m definitely in the market for a bu-3553 that will work and open to suggestions. Under the Hardware and Sound section, select View devices and printers.
Turn on the XGPS and wait for it to appear in the list of devices. So If you like a particular GPS it may not hurt to reach out to the vendor and see if have tested with the Surface Pro 3 regardless of the apps being 32 or 64 bit.
As far as 32 bit apps go, they can run on 64 bit versions of windows. I have seen navmii which you can download for free at the microsoft store app. The parser interprets the actual NMEA formatted data.
You don’t really want a driver, you want dp parser.
However I have seen it work. Scroll down to the bottom of the window and find the XGPS But none have definitively said unless i’ve missed something they work on x64 bit Windows 8. In reply to Bryan Heath’s post on June 10, After a week of trying x; following the Dual regedit instructions exactly – I am returning the bluetooth GPS device thank you Amazon.