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Thread: Is there a USB GPS receiver, with RBDS integrated?

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    Is there a USB GPS receiver, with RBDS integrated?

    I've been looking for a USB GPS receiver, with an RBDS antenna integrated for traffic updates and rerouting etc. Does something like that exist? I've searched and haven't come up with much.

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    Thanks, wasn't sure where to post it. Sorry about that.

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    There is no such product that I am aware of.

    RBDS required a radio tuner and communicates with radio broadcast antennas.
    A GPS receiver/antenna receives signals from satellites.
    The hardware is vastly different.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?

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