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GPS Tracks worked!

Posted by ianlopez1115 on 14 February 2009 in English (English)

After over 6 months of editing without a GPS in my home city (and editing a good portion of Metro Manila during that time), I finally tested out the GT-31 GPS device, and the tracks were accurate. It was fun taking the tracks but I had a lot of difficulty in setting up the device a few days ago (even a few hours ago, I don't know how to operate this. Tomorrow morning, I'll go for a jog along Sampaloc Lake, which is cose to my place. You can find the trace made by the GPS here.

Location: V-A, San Pablo, Laguna, 4000, Republic of the Philippines

Comment from seav on 15 February 2009 at 00:59

Good that you already got the GT-31! I'm looking forward to seeing you fully map San Pablo City and adjacent municipalities. :-)

Please add to this page with your contributions: WikiProject Philippines - GPStogo program.

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Comment from maning on 16 February 2009 at 01:52

Also add the tag "ph_gpstogo" in your traces. This way we can easily monitor the use of the units.

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Comment from ianlopez1115 on 17 February 2009 at 10:45

will do that (see previous comments). I'm also uploading a fresh (and long = 50+ km) GPS track tonight.

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