Sharing GPS data over a network and between computers

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Share GPS data over a network and between computers

GpsGate Client can be used to share one GPS connected to a Pocket PC or laptop to other computers connected to the same LAN. This can be useful if you have several computers in the same vehicle.
On each computer running GpsGate Client you can in turn connect any number of GPS applications to GpsGate Client, everything running at the same time.


Share GPS data over ActiveSync

Select “ActiveSync” as Output on the sending computer and “ActiveSync” as Input on the receiving computer.

Share GPS data over TCP/IP

Select “TCP/IP Server” as Output on the sending computer and “TCP/IP Input” as Input on the receiving computer.

Share GPS data over UDP

Select “UDP Sender” as Output on the sending computer and “UDP Receiver” as Input on the receiving computer.

Share GPS data over Bluetooth

Select “Bluetooth Server” as Output on the sending computer and “Bluetoth GPS” as Input on the receiving computer. The “Bluetooth Server” will emulate a real Bluetooth GPS. You can connect any number of GPS applications to the “Bluetooth Server” over Bluetooth as it was a real GPS.

Share GPS data over a COM port

To share a GPS over a NULL modem between two computers. Select “COM Port” as Output on the sending computer and “COM Port” as Input on the receiving computer.


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