This app replaces a USB GPS receiver

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This app replaces a USB GPS receiver

Post  Admin on Sun Sep 14, 2014 7:55 pm

This app replaces a USB GPS receiver
NMEALink reads GPS and accelerometer from your iPhone/iPad, and forwards NMEA frames ($GPRMC and $GPHDT) to a navigation software (OpenCPN 3.2.2 ...) running in your MacBook, using IP/UDP over Bluetooth, Wifi or USB. You just have to configure the Connexion Sharing between your Mac and your iPhone.
For information, IP addresses commonly seen between an iPhone and a MacBook (OSX Maverick) are :
<li>For Bluetooth :</li>
<li>For USB :</li>
<li>For Wifi :</li>
Tip : to know the Mac IP address, type 'ifconfig' in your MacBook shell.

Also successful tested with Windows 7/Wifi using IP addr (type 'ipconfig' to know the PC IP address)


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