Finally, the RS-232 cable for the GPS un ... / 2005-11-14

2005-11-14 Finally, the RS-232 cable for the GPS un ...
Finally, the RS-232 cable for the GPS unit arrived Friday. Good, because the usb driver started extra weird behaviour: complete hangs of serial-over-usb communication needing a reboot. I visited a 'new' part of Utrecht a few times last week and visited the center of the city, giving me a load of new networks (older houses which are expensive to buy seem to have a load of wireless networks). Total results Tue-Fri: 2457 networks seen, 501 new with GPS, according to (you guessed it right!) WiGLE. Wardrivemap.nl for Utrecht starts to look different too, with over 10000 networks.

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