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I had a brief stint with GPS/GIS tech support a while ago so I am a little rusty. I do remember the Windows PocketPC's com ports getting hung up. The problem was usually 1 of 3 things. 1. a compatibility issue with a combo of Terrasync, the OS on the GeoExplorer, GPS Pathfinder Office (data transfer utility) or Microsoft's Activesync. 2. Terrasync was ...


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Tom and Steve are correct. You could you a consumer GPS or your phone to do this. I have done this testing, and wrote a paper about this. You can see the paper here: http://bit.ly/11nKC5Y to see my results. You will want to check the results of anything you GPS. To tackle your comment about making each segment its own record, you can do this with GIS ...


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0.0009° is 3.24 arc sec, which is 3.24 * cos(40°) * 101 ft/asec = 251 feet, where I’m assuming your latitude is ~40° (northern Nevada). This suggests that the transformation by the CoordTrans software is not including any datum shift of any kind. I don’t the know the details of how you are interfacing the Trimble to the CoordTrans software, but perhaps the ...


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The easiest and most straigh-forward method is to use Pathfinder Office. Load the images into Pathfinder Office as backgrounds, be sure to provide projection information. Once they are in Pathfinder Office you can use the Data Transfer Utility to send them to the device. TIFFs are supported in TerraSync, but I have had issues with some of them not wanting ...



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