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    Re: JSR 179 - developing applications with it

    I guess I do not understand how the JSR179 accesses the coordinates? I assume that I go after the pseudo ranges of the gpsOne receiver, for example, then forward the raw data (pseudoranges) to a...
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    Re: JSR 179 - developing applications with it

    I need to get as realistically close to the exact location of the mobile device as possible. I would like to be able to locate cell phones and other mobile devices locally, from the mobile device,...
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    Re: JSR 179 - developing applications with it

    I don’t have the cell phone yet, but the 6265 is one of the phones that I am looking at.

    Doesn’t the JSR 179 provide the 2D position (latitude and longitude) or 3D position (latitude, longitude...
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    Re: JSR 179 - developing applications with it

    Thank you Oliver for your post.

    My plan, to start with, is to use the Nokia emulator. Then I would migrate the app onto Nokia 6265i, which supports the location API (JSR 179).

    Regarding the...
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    Re: JSR 179 - developing applications with it

    Your comments about the subject are very useful to what I am trying to do. What I hoping to accomplish is to develop a Java-based application that extracts the GPS geographical coordinates directly...
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