By Joel McNamara. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2000-2006. Second Edition. This book explains basic GPS principles and concepts including waypoints, routes, tracks and coordinate systems. Other topics covered include how to do digital mapping on your computer; the scoop on geocaching; recommended features for GPS receivers to be used in various types of activities, choosing features for a GPS receiver; systems for traveling on the main roads and systems for exploring off the beaten path; using GPS with a PDA; computer requirements for different mapping choices; topographic map software; using web-hosted mapping services; and incorporating GPS receivers into outdoor workouts. Paperback. 384 Pages.
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