GPS Mapping: Making Your Own Maps
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GPS Mapping: Making Your Own Maps

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Every month, over 200,000 GPS units are sold to recreational users in the U.S. Learning to use a GPS is fairly straightforward; choosing which software to use is not. GPS Mapping – Make Your Own Maps guides readers through the challenging choices they face and shows them how to combine the fun of high-tech with the security of paper maps. Covering all major brands of mappi...more
Paperback, 374 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Ten Mile Press
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Tami
Over the past few years GPS technology has not only improved rapidly but is also becoming increasingly affordable. Today inexpensive handheld GPS are so easy to use that virtually anyone can use the device without any sort of training or instruction. These aspects have made such technology useful not only for use by the professional but also by the average person.

Unfortunately, mapping software and downloadable maps have not really kept up with rapidly advancing GPS technology. It is hard enoug...more
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