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gpspassion Posted - 29 sept. 2004 : 22:58:30
RUMOR - MIO 188: A LANDSCAPE PDA GPS?


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News on the site
Even Google doesn't seem to "know" about the Mio 188 that site visitor "CIM" kindly introduced to us today with a couple of pictures!

No specs at this point, but Mio, who shot to "GPS PDA fame" with the Mio 168, the first PocketPC with a built-in GPS receiver, seem to have shrunk the GPS antenna to the point of making it barely noticeable and are using a "symetrical design" for the PDA that allows for "natural" landscape use, like on the iPAQ hx4705.

Stay tuned for more!

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gpspassion Posted - 23 févr. 2005 : 10:04:27
Sounds a bit complex indeed, actually you might want to repost that info in a new thread in the "technical section"

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RumJungle Posted - 23 févr. 2005 : 03:38:26
FYI -- Looking at the NMEA 3.01 document, the GSV sentence went from a possible 1 to 3 sentences to 1 to 9 which could support as many as 36 different satellites. The specification is a little confusing and states:

"The numbers 33-64 are reserved for WAAS satellites. The WAAS system PRN numbers are 120 to 138. The offset from NMEA WAAS SV SV ID to WAAS PRN number is 87. A WAAS PRN number of 120 minus 87 yields the SV ID of 33. The addition of 87 to the SV ID yields the WAAS PRN number."
gpspassion Posted - 22 févr. 2005 : 20:07:19
Ah ok, so SBAS is now reflected in the NMEA streams, I'll take a look.

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RumJungle Posted - 22 févr. 2005 : 20:03:21
NMEA Version 3.01 - (maybe 2.40) You can tell that it is using the newer version of NMEA if the GSV sentences are reporting WAAS satellite information (satellite PRNs larger than 32). VisualGPSce should be able to show that information.
gpspassion Posted - 22 févr. 2005 : 18:43:14
Works fine with any programs I've used, not sure how to test specifically for 3.01 ?

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RumJungle Posted - 22 févr. 2005 : 18:38:57
That is good news about the M5 -- I was hesitating on ordering one because of the non-NMEA roomer. This is a little off-topic, but can you tell if it support NMEA version 3.01?
gpspassion Posted - 17 févr. 2005 : 00:12:12
Actually just received a test M5 unit today and the GPS is accessible from any app using NMEA/4,800bps, pretty nice device !

I saw the 268 in Cannes earlier this week and I'm not a big fan, bulky, cheap finish...http://cebit.textamerica.com/?r=2068224

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RumJungle Posted - 16 févr. 2005 : 23:57:17
pokecai had asked about the M5 or the Mio -- I believe (not positive) that the M5 will not support NMEA protocol. Thus, if you want to run 3rd party apps, they will have to support the Garmin protocol.
gpspassion Posted - 14 févr. 2005 : 10:28:41
I believe the 268/269 as it is now called in Europe at least only comes with Navigation (Navigon) and an mp3 player.

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bteasley Posted - 14 févr. 2005 : 01:55:02
The Mio's come with Word, Excel, etc... plus Destinator (re-branded as Mio Map) for mapping.
pokecai Posted - 03 févr. 2005 : 03:22:08
Are you saying the Mio is pure GPS and no PDA function at all? I thought it runs Pocket PC or CE...
gpspassion Posted - 03 févr. 2005 : 02:48:32
Hard to tell as neither has made its way to my...grubby hands yet ;-)
Landscape is nice, but if you need a PDA, then the M5 would be the one, or the Mio 168 dor that matter.

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pokecai Posted - 03 févr. 2005 : 02:43:11
If you were to buy this product or the Garmin ique M5, Which one would it be ?
gpspassion Posted - 03 févr. 2005 : 02:40:57
Getting closer - http://www.gpspassion.com/fr/news.asp#news_473 ;-)

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pokecai Posted - 03 févr. 2005 : 02:31:04
Any more news on the release day ?

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