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Use a RTK GNSS receiver (TOP608BT) for Windows 10 Laptop

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System requirements: Windows 10 Laptop with Internet connection (Internet usually can be acquired by using a cell phone's wifi hotspot. Cell phones can be  3G, 4G LTE or 5G, only requiring 1-2 KB/second cellular bandwidth.) RTK capable GNSS Receiver NTRIP Server login info(which provide RTK correction data) - NTRIP Server/Caster IP address or / full qualify domain name - Port number - userid - password NTRIP Client for Windows(For example, Lefebure NTRIP client)   NTRIP data flow diagram:   Connection Instructions:   Section A: Pair the bluetooth GNSS receiver (step 1 - 5). 1. On your Windows 10, go to  Start...

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Connect a RTK TOP608BT GNSS receiver to a Windows 10 Laptop (ntrip via another Android device)

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Below diagram showing the data flow of this implementation: Step by step setup Instructions: Step 1:Configure NTRIP for the TOP608BT RTK GNSS Receiver via another Android device. Please refer to this step by step instruction. Step 2:Please plug the USB connector of the TOP608BT to a Windows 10 Laptop. The device will be recognized by Windows 10. No driver needs to be installed. For detail, please refer to this document. Congratulations! Your RTK GNSS receiver has been successfully set up. The high accuracy location data from the RTK GNSS receiver is ready to use for your applications of the Windows 10...

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Connect a GPS/GNSS Receiver for Windows Maps (Windows 10 OS).

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Connect a GPS/GNSS Receiver for Windows Maps (Windows 10 OS).

These days, you might be aware that in Windows,  those GPS receivers which used to work with some GPS apps (e.g. Microsoft Streets and Trips), are no longer working with the new generation of GPS apps(e.g. Windows Maps). Why? Previously, the GPS apps usually communicate directly with GPS hardware. They go through a com port (or an USB emulator virtual com port) connecting to a GPS receiver.  Starting with Windows 7, Microsoft introduced a built-in platform which supports sensor devices, including location sensors. As part of this support, the Windows Sensor and Location Platform provides a standard way for the...

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How to pair a Bluetooth GPS with Windows PC?

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1.        Click the Bluetooth icon in the right-bottom of the screen2.        Turn Bluetooth adapter ON3.        Click the Bluetooth icon again and select “Add a Bluetooth Device”4.        Check “My Device is set up and ready to be found” in the “Add Bluetooth Device Wizard” and Click “Next”.5.        Select “New Device” from the displayed Bluetooth devices and click “Next”.6.        Select “Use the passkey found in the documentation”.7.        Enter the Passkey Code (or PIN code) “0000” and click “Next”. For B-Speech keychain Bluetooth GPS 20c which is 1234.8.        Bluetooth Manager will display and designate an Outgoing and Incoming port for your device. Use...

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How to know whether the GPS driver successfully installed on my PC?

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http://canadagps.com/blog/2011/01/31/how-to-know-whether-the-gps-driver-successfully-installed-on-my-pc/

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