Updated November 5th Yet another nice feature coming to GpsGate, tracking yourself on Google Maps with the GpsGate PlugIn Pack. Actually it works with any GPS data flowing through GpsGate so that means you can replay recorded logs too. Works well although it seems to auto-zoom out a bit too much for close inspection of the position. You can use this thread in the technical section to discuss.
Updated April 21st, 2006 - GpsGate is a favorite for those who need to connect several GPS applications to one GPS receiver, either for testing purposes or to run a logger such as VisualGPS to save their tracks for use with new tools like TripTracker. The latest PC version (v2 beta) ups the ante with full compatibility with Garmin USB receivers, including the GSV satellite data that was missing in v1...
Updated 03/01/05 - Version 1.10 of GpsGate is now available. It adds some interesting new features such as sharing GPS data over TCP/IP (home network or the internet) as well as an enhanced data logger. In fact I am currently using this data logger to record data for the forthcoming "battle of the chipsets" (SiRFstarIII/IIe/Nemerix/uNav) article...
Details on GpsGate in this thread in the technical section.
Posted 06/04/04 GPS users have long wanted to be able to use their GPS with several applications simultaneously, for guidance and logging or..."wardriving". This has been possible on laptops for a few years but until recently PocketPC users had to rely on several GPS receivers to achieve this. This is where GpsGate comes in...... This application connects to your GPS and redistributes its data on other COM ports even allowing multiple connections to the same COM port. It worked for me, but since there's a 14 day trial you don't have to take my word for it!
A good opportunity to try out the great Pocket GPS "everything and the kitchen sink" logging utility linked from our friend Karl's site.
Head over to this thread in the technical section of the forums to discuss.