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Thread: DeLorme and Iguidance issues.

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    DeLorme and Iguidance issues.

    I searched the forums and have found noyone with a similar problem. I have a delorme earthmate and it functions very well, aquiring and telling my heading and other information, but the Iguidance will not recognize it. I have the serial emulator. The only way i can get Ig to play nice is to right click on the green dot of the emulator and click monitor after i have the GPS loaded, then the GPS fix pops up and Iguidance wants to work.

    Any ideas?

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    Car Audio Moderator durwood's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Chicagoland (St. Charles,IL)
    I had the same issue. Your best bet is to download xport3 com port splitter. I lost track of thread I had posted but I will try to explain it.

    Select a com port in the Delorme Serail em program. Then in XPort select that as the com in port. Then select a com output port.

    Then go into Iguidance and take it out of Auto com port mode and manually select the com port that was the same as the out com port in xport3.

    I don't remember all the menu names word for word so I apologize.

    Even after doing this my earthmate still works erratically but it works most of the time. Down the road I am going to replace it to a newer sirf receiver.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    Thanks alot for the input

    Will try tomarrow.

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