The GPS Handbook
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The GPS Handbook


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A Guide for the Outdoors

Robert I. Egbert and Joseph E. King

Since the original publication of THE GPS HANDBOOK in 2003, advances in GPS technology have expanded the usefulness and flexibility of these now-essential devices for any outdoorsperson. This revised edition includes all the latest models of hand-held GPS units from Garmin, Magellan, Brunton and other major
manufacturers and discusses new features (such as enhanced downloadable maps) that help make time in the outdoors safer, easier, and more fun with GPS. Also
included is information on how GPS works, linking to laptops, cel phones, coordinating with maps, software options, and much more.



192 pages

6 x 9

30 black & white photographs

ISBN: 978-158080-149-2