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    BR-355 and iGuidance

    I need help....

    just recently bought the BR-355 off buyGPSnow.com
    my m10000 epia reads it fine and iGuidance works alright with this GPS unit.

    The PROBLEM I am having is:
    while using this UNIT with iguidance....it seems to "lag" ... meaning the destination is precise. when i drive, i get to my destination first, then iguidance gets to that point like 2-3 seconds later. I turn first, then iGuidance shows that i am turning. I am driving 45 MPH, and iguidance shows that i am driving 10 MPH.


    what's going on?

    i used to have the BU-303 and it worked PERFECT!!! until it crapped out on me. I thought the BR-355 would be alot better because the number is higher hehehe 303 compared to 355.

    anyways...please help, this is getting annoying.

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    i have the same exact problem please help

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    Look into SIRFDemo.

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    ok sirf demo looks like it would solve my problem except i can't find the damn file to dowload please help. I found on the tutorail what can fix the lag
    "Track Smoothing : wrill smoothen the track to remove the "jumps" resulting from the natural "inaccuracy" of the GPS system (10/15 meters) - disabled by default"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morpheus2010 View Post
    ok sirf demo looks like it would solve my problem except i can't find the damn file to dowload please help. I found on the tutorail what can fix the lag
    "Track Smoothing : wrill smoothen the track to remove the "jumps" resulting from the natural "inaccuracy" of the GPS system (10/15 meters) - disabled by default"
    You know, oddly enough, I just got one, and it's rock solid, even in the house, it's on a window sill, blocked by an AC.

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