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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby duke17 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:50 am

exz8 wrote:u just compared with holux...
how about papago comparision with nuvi log?
which less or more sensitive and accurate?

Papago and Holux is using the same software X2/X3 :peace:
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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby barney » Tue Jul 14, 2009 1:26 pm

badrol wrote:
antyong wrote:Attached is the comparison. It seems Holux is less sensitive.


Woh bro, your Nuvi can really "fly" ahh? :tease:


From your .gdb file, it seems to me like the Nuvi is less sensitive, it is Holux that flies. :ko: :ko:

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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby zamad » Tue Jul 14, 2009 6:59 pm

exz8 wrote:u just compared with holux...
how about papago comparision with nuvi log?
which less or more sensitive and accurate?

I did a run from Puchong to Shah Alam this afternoon and logged the track using (1) Qstarz Q1000P datalogger, (2) Garmin nuvi 205W (patched) and (3) Papago R5800. The tracks run through open space and not between high rise buildings. Maybe, I'll do another one in KL later this week. :)

For the Qstarz, the binary file was exported to NMEA 0183 format using the Qstarz GPS Travel Recorder PC Utility (ver. 5.0), then converted to GDB using GPSBabel (ver. 0.2.15.0).

For the Garmin, the binary file was converted to GPX using the wNutrack utility (ver 0.16), then converted to GDB using Mapsource (ver. 6.13.7).

For the Papago, the binary file was converted to GPX using the Papago Tracklog Converter utility (ver 1.00), then converted to GDB using Mapsource (ver. 6.13.7).

The 'displayed' table shows points from Seafield Toll (got to get a reference point, right?), and the GDB file is attached for anyone who cares to analyse the tracks. =P~
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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby exz8 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 4:49 pm

nuvi use 12 channel while holux use 32 channel...
how come nuvi more sensitive

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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby mcmc » Thu Jul 16, 2009 6:42 pm

zamad wrote:The 'displayed' table shows points from Seafield Toll (got to get a reference point, right?), and the GDB file is attached for anyone who cares to analyse the tracks. =P~

I can say, Nuvi track is quite similar with Qstzarz. Papago has sometimes offset.

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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby zamad » Fri Jul 17, 2009 6:16 pm

zamad wrote:I did a run from Puchong to Shah Alam this afternoon and logged the track using (1) Qstarz Q1000P datalogger, (2) Garmin nuvi 205W (patched) and (3) Papago R5800. The tracks run through open space and not between high rise buildings. Maybe, I'll do another one in KL later this week.

Went to KLCC and took the nuvi, R5800 ang Q1000P with me. The final leg was from Jalan Ampang to Jalan P Ramlee. See the difference... especially when travelling at snail's pace...
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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby qcpang » Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:06 pm

could anybody tell me how to get bin2gpx.exe? Thx.

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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby 76gpsguy » Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:19 pm

qcpang wrote:could anybody tell me how to get bin2gpx.exe? Thx.

Ivan

Please refer to 1st post. viewtopic.php?f=23&t=3758

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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby andyfriends » Tue Nov 03, 2009 10:31 pm

a dump question. what is tracklog for and how to use it?
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Re: Papago X2/X3 Tracklog Converter

Postby alihms » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:25 pm

Sometimes, bin2gpx does not able to convert the tracks I recorded using my Holux. I was able to convert the tracks to kml and view them under Google Earth. So, I guess the recorded tracks themselves are okay.

On several occasion, I had to re-track the location once again due to this.


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