Using a mobile phone as GPS logger

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With the Java software GPSLog you can use an ordinary Bluetooth GPS receiver with a Bluetooth enabled mobile Phone as a GPS Data logger. Only connect the two devices and start logging with the GPSLog software. It is very easy and you can simply create nmea log files and use it with other GPS software like PhotoTagStudio or translate these log files using GPS Babel.

I use GPSLog only to display the current position and the current time of my GPS Logger to take a photo of the display with the current time displayed. In PhotoTagStudio you can use such a picture to synchronize the GPS log time and the camera time.

I wrote more about my GPS logger and GPS Babel in this article and more about GPS earlier in this blog.

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