GPS units

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Subject: GPS units
From: "Steve Potter" <>
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 11:24:46 +1030
Hi Debbie/Peter etc

Although it doesn't help the original question re GPS units, if you do have
one that runs like Peters on a blackberry or PDA, there is a great program
available on the net called GPS Tuner (V5).

It allows you to load maps into it so even if you are out of phone range it
works. It comes with an other program called Map Calibrator that enables you
to calibrate any map in Jpeg format. These can be saved off the net as

Look around as it is available from various sites. I picked it up online for
around $23.

Now I just have to find a decent Bluetooth receiver that is a little more


Steve Potter
Blackwood SA

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