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Uniden is getting into the GPS receiver business

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Truth is a force of nature
May 7, 2004
RLG, Fly heading 053, intercept 315 DVV
Wouldn't be nice if the new GPS Uniden scanners had Bluetooth output for GPS data sending to a computer or a Bluetooth output for audio. A2DP could be used in addition to having duel VCOs there by receiving two channels at once.

The Bluetooth market is hip and I think a scanner company could benefit from this technology.

Anyone know if a Garmin GPS 12 could be used with this?

Anyone know if WASS and SiRFIII are software dependent? I would like to use a pocketPC with a Bluetooth GPS but don't know if the software would benefit.

Edit: Further reading tells me that it should work with NMEA0183 protocol capable software.
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