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Developments on GPS   
As a multi-tasking gadget, there are a lot of developments that are specifically designed for various functions of the GPS, do you have any new developments regarding this gadget?


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koberyan
10/03/2008
03:57:51 PM
Re:Developments on GPS
I have found out that there is a new development regarding the feature of the GPS, and that added feature is what they call as the "Fish Finder". It can locate fishes both in fresh and salt waters. Seems cool right?
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thaiboy
10/03/2008
03:59:21 PM
Re: Developments on GPS
Yeah that's cool KOBERYAN, you wouldn't want to spend your whole day waiting for nothing, whats more frustrating is knowing that there are no fishes on that location. What a waste of TIME and EFFORT!
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snoop
10/03/2008
04:01:19 PM

Yeah, I already heard of that one, the GPS unit sends sonar sound waves into the water, after that, the sound waves go to the bottom of the water and return to the receiver to indicate the depth of the water. If the waves encounter any object between the receiver and the bottom of the water the shape and depth of the object is transmitted to the GPS receiver. Saves a lot of time and you wouldn't be frustrated waiting for that big catch anymore.
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Samy
11/27/2009
10:16:29 PM
Interesting Information Reply to thaiboy's post dated 10/3/2008 3:59:21 PM
I really appreciate your feedback on this topic.
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