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GPS Com Port Settings

Hi, I am looking for more detailed information about the built-in GPS of the HW6515 mobile communicator. I am a developper and need to access the GPS from within our software. It is very frustrating that an expensive PocketPC like the HW6515 does not come with detailed info about the type/settings/etc. of the GPS. I know it's com-port 7, prob. baud rate 4800 but if I try to use it like that, the communication to the GPS is very slow and hangs after a couple of minutes. I really need more detailed info on the built in GPS-receiver. best regards,

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Maybe you can try on com port 7 with baud rate 57600.

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