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Data transmit Can I send output data from GPS (setting up on a Taxi) to the control center via Kenwood radio communication system (TK7160 and TK7108 model)? If yes how can I do?

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Hey, Gisele did you ever get this problem fixed?


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KENWOOD DNX5120 DVD Navigation System GPS Receiver: I just purchased a used vehicle with this system. ...

Its a lil Play button at da bottom of screen wen on tuner! tap it until it say p1 p2 p3 etc, turn to wat station you want and hold either p1 p2 p3 etc!

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How do I activate fmtraffic?

Firstly you have to subscribe to the system then they issue you with a special mouse antenna
then you activate it on your GPS and tune into FM radio frequency broadcast that sends data to GPS service is about $360 per year

Jul 29, 2009 | Garmin nuvi 250W GPS Receiver

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Chartplotter (Garmin 450s) won't talk to VHF DSC radio (Icom IC M

As advised, reset to factory settings. Then re-entered custom settings as required. Seems OK now. Many thanks.

David Godfrey

Jun 16, 2009 | Garmin GPS Devices

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Is it possible to track a stolen GPS with the serial number?

Garmin has a large hard drive with all the points of interest inside the device.
All the device does is read the GPS coordinates that are broadcasted by the GPS satellites and processes data based on what it receives. It doesn't need to send any information to a central server.
If GPS was able to communicate two ways, there wouldn't be a need to purchase map upgrades for new roads, points of interest, etc...
I just got my Garmin stolen within the past 23 hours, and as much as I wish there was a way, there isn't...

Nov 26, 2008 | Garmin StreetPilot c340 GPS Receiver

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Navagon 5100

Hello 1234567i,

Most GPS receivers are not designed to be used for tracking. The GPS receives signals from Global Positioning Satellites and then uses those signals to calculate its current location, which it displays on the screen. However that data is not normally sent anywhere externally so there is no way for a remote user to determine where the GPS is.. Thus you cannot use a computer or any other device to track the GPS.

The Navigon 5100 appears to be no exception.

Without pairing the GPS with an external communications device (cell phone, two-way radio, laptop with a WiFi connection, etc.) the GPS lacks the ability to transmit its location reports to any external source. There certainly are ways that a GPS can be used with an external communications device as a tracker, but most GPS receivers do not have this capability out of the box.

Best Regards,
"Go Ahead. Use Us."

Jul 07, 2008 | Panasonic Navigon 5100

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Are you joking....usb is not serial need a diferent gps to give out serial data....try a streetpilot 3

Jun 17, 2008 | Garmin nuvi 350 GPS Receiver

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NMEA communication does not work ( but file transfer is OK)

Try rebooting windows, with gps off connect the cable to gps.

Go out side get a good gps signals on nav menu.

Set the gps communications menu to , nmea, 2.1

Plug the device into a good usb port.

If you look under modems, in control panel you should see a new modem called explorist xxx

If you look at the properties for that you can see its com port number.

I just tried this program

and it views nmea from the explorist, just set the com port to the one in the explorist modem .

Jun 06, 2008 | Magellan eXplorist 500 GPS Receiver

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Deleted Data ! =[

If it came with a CD you can reload the software on it via computer usb port. Or you can try to download the data from their website under support. If not look and see if there is a software update for your unit sometimes that will reinstall the system maps via usb port on your computer. Hope this helps

Dec 17, 2007 | Garmin Nuvi 660 GPS Receiver

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No guage screen on my garmin 4208

Need more info:

Is your Garmin hooked up to your engine's computer via an NMEA 2000 data cable?

The gauge option will not appear in the menu if the GPS does not recognise the data coming from your engine. (If you turn on the GPS simulator, you should see the gauges on that screen.)

There are 3 possible reasons that the gauges do not appear in the menu:

1) improper wiring between engine and gauges.

2) GPS has not been set up to receive data in the GPS's NMEA setup menu.

3) Engine has not been set up to send NMEA data.

This is a relatively new feature that only works on newer engines that are NMEA 2000 capable, such as Volvo and Evinrude Etec.  The engines usually need an optional instrument package to make use of the NMEA 2000 system.

We're just scratching the surface here, please reply with any questions.

Oct 22, 2007 | Garmin GPSMAP 4208 GPS Receiver

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