Would you cache maps the same way? not sure but due EarthBridge only accepting one GPS at a time I would have to say for the time being....... For the past couple of years, I've been using the GlobalSat BU-353 receiver with GPSGate, and it's worked very well for me. #2 Jeff Snyder, Mar 20, 2011 Kurt Hulst The Earthmate GPS reciever can be configured to work with up to three different applications at the same time. http://xpmaximized.com/delorme-earthmate/delorme-earthmate-usb-driver-windows-7.html
I guess when the new Streets and Trips 2011 comes out, I can buy the Microsoft GPS device, but right now I'm stuck with the Earthmate. Thank You for Submitting an Update to Your Review, ! I liked your instructable. I have had my earthmate puck (Lt-20) since 2006 and it still works with the delorme serial emulator on XP.
Terry coover Thanks. I have the same problem. If I determine the solution, I'll let you know.i don't see why it wouldn't as long as you get a gps signal going in.......let me know either way.That's really something. Delorme Earthmate Gps Lt-20 Serial Emulator I'd like to give your instructable a spin only you forgot to explain how to cache a map of the city from Google Earth's map's (free version of GE).
Another option - do you have a car GPS unit like Garmin Nuvi, Mio, or TomTom? Delorme Earthmate Gps Software Download Com port 3 and 5 to remain OFF. Download.com cannot completely ensure the security of the software hosted on third-party sites. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-connect-the-DeLorme-Earthmate-GPS-LT-20-to-/ This download was checked by our antivirus and was rated as virus free.
You can also use the Configure Virtual COM Ports utility to assign up to three different COM Ports for the Earthmate GPS receiver. Delorme Earthmate Gps Model 9538 Driver EarthbridgeEarthbridge a great free ... 2 Step 2: 2. Unfortunately, DeLorme has opted to not update the device emulator for 64-bit OS's, and does not have a Mac or Linux version, making it's usefulness short-lived, and despite many thousands of Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.
I'll make a long story short and tell you to save your time looking on the Delorme threads or internet for help on how to make it work because it won't. DO NOT INSTALL ON 64-bit SYSTEMS! Delorme Serial Emulation Driver For Earthmate Brett, I tried this route and it was a no go. Delorme Serial Emulation Driver 64 Bit Thank You for Submitting a Reply, !
Terry tresho I have a new Lenovo R500 running Win7 Pro 64 bit. weblink Please visit the main page of DeLorme Serial Emulator on Software Informer. I'll try downloading the GPSgate once again. Right Clicking Again Your Emulator Located on System Tray You See a PORT Option2. Delorme Earthmate Lt-40 Driver
To get Earth Bridge to work with Windows 7, set its compatibility mode to Windows XP SP3.This procedure works! ... Step 3: 3. Can you help me out with this? http://xpmaximized.com/delorme-earthmate/delorme-earthmate-drivers-windows-7.html I gotta go storms are coming on shore, might get some lightning shots tonight.
Thread #1. Delorme Serial Emulator 64 Bit I found one for $20. And it should start your Google Earth software.
Win 7 refuses to install it under any method. Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Meanwhile, after starting this post I searched around more on the forum for information on GPS's. Earthmate Gps Lt-40 Software Download I tried to use the emulator in XPmode in WIN7 but I cannot get the XPmode to recognize the GPS receiver.
SHAME ON DELORME!!!!!! In the meantime, until the new S & T comes out, my updated (2011 map) Garmin c550 will have to do. Here is the software/driver downloads page: http://www.usglobalsat.com/s-24-support-drivers.aspx Here is a YouTube comparion between the BU-353 & the BU-353-S4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDzCgsNPKjI Here is the link to the new one: http://usglobalsat.com/store/download/688/bu353s4_ds.pdf Here is the his comment is here Right clicking again your Emulator located on system tray you see a PORT option Click it.
I used it on both a Vista 32-bit and XP Pro OS systems with litle trouble to run weather tracking, routing software, and a utility to auto-input locations into my log Pros: (10 characters minimum)Count: 0 of 1,000 characters 4. As long as it comes with a driver to install I think that will solve some of the issues. #11 Kurt Hulst, Mar 20, 2011 Kurt Hulst Noob Joined: Dec So, after researching everything on the most bang for your buck units that are puck style and NMEA compliant to be able to split into multiple COM ports I decided on
SHAME ON YOU DELORME !!!!! Unfortunately, the XP machine was old enough that it simply couldn't accurately handle the speed requirements.So, when I updated the computer, I had to go with Vista (there were no XP Delorme is going to loose a lot of business with that kind of thinking.They will loose a lot of Truckers business by not going to 64 bit because 32 bit is Commonly, this program's installer has the following filenames: DeLSerial.exe and SerEmulVspStartup.exe etc.
CLICK OKShow All Items 3. ThanksYes it will track you live as you move with a 1 second delay. I am also running the Win XP mode under Win 7. I'm a little frustrated though.
First of 2011. #13 Kurt Hulst, Mar 20, 2011 Mark Blue Staff Member Joined: Feb 19, 2007 Messages: 2,334 Likes Received: 148 Kurt, I searched the .pdf user manual found You can change how often Earthbridge checks GPS data by 1,2, or 3 seconds, and will Show your movement on Google Earth. Dont forget to rate this site................ It will generate multiple errors until you uninstall it and reboot.
I plan to either use whatever software comes with it to split, or if no software, use GPSGATE or XPORT. It is the most simple answer. Theme designed by ThemeHouse. I have GPS maps on my phone.
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