Holux BU-353 or GR-213 dies in heat?
I live out in West Texas where the temperatures are recently coming up to about 105 deg F. I have a BU-353 mounted inside of my car on the window and the older GR-213 mounted on the roof. The BU-353 was a replacement for the GR-213 which has become unreliable. I've noticed that in the heat, the GPS received doesn't seem to come back online. Ordinarily it has no problem with resume from hibernate, so I don't think hibernation is the issue. Rebooting has no effect. The only way to get it back online is to unplug it from the USB port then plugging it back in after 10 seconds or so. So should I expect heat to kill these GPS receivers?
Are there any GPS receivers that have the SiRF chipset which will not die in this kind of environment?