My BU303 vs. Rikaline 6010 Review
I am not sure if it is listed in there but the Rikaline 6010 is WAAS
Any news on when/where (& how much) are there any Waas-enabled gps usb recievers (similar to the rikaline, but with waas)?
Do they all output a data stream that can be dumped and post processed without too many issues? I'm going to be running my own mapping software in linux, so I just need the raw data... anyone know of any write-ups on the subject?
Also, what are good spots to purchase them from?
· Fast time-to-first-fix and low power consumption
· High performance SiRFstar IIe/LP chipset tracks up to 12 satellites in parallel
· Lithium cell sustains internal clock and memory (recharges during normal operation)
· Red LED power indicator blinks once a valid GPS fix is obtained
· Optimized for navigation in urban-canyon environments
· Automatic cold start with no user initialization required
· Compact design with integrated antenna/receiver
· Standard NMEA-0183 protocol (GPS-6010) or LX200 protocol (GPS-6010-LX)
· Built-in WAAS/EGNOS demodulator
· Water proof design for all weather
· One-year warranty (parts & labor)