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Haicom's new InfraRed GPS for the iPAQ 1910/1915/1930!

Some of you may recall discussions in our forums over time regarding using the HP iPAQ 1910/1915/1930 and using InfraRed to get a GPS working due to it not supporting a serial port for GPS or Bluetooth. There were several prototype systems that people had designed, but none of these have been marketed until now!

Haicom have come up with a good solution that supports InfraRed transfer so now it's possible to use a Haicom 204 GPS Receiver on the lower spec models iPAQ models. Cool!

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Posted on Thursday, March 18 @ 13:21:21 UTC by Dave Burrows

 
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