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  • Offical Sony PSP 290 GPS Receiver

Offical Sony PSP 290 GPS Receiver

  • item#: DG0092
  • Retail price: US$56.00
  • Unit Price:              57.00

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      PSP GPS 290 Description:

      The position measurement system "GPS which utilizes the radio wave from the satellite (Global Positioning System)"  in PSP®. PSP® furthermore evolves conveniently by combining PSP® exclusive use "GPS receiver" with the corresponding software. The various software appear, from practical tool such as navigation software and the action game which utilize the function only of GPS to the game.

       

      The PSP-290 GPS Receiver is fairly small. It attaches to the USB port on top of the PSP and is held in place with two screws. The antenna can be placed in several positions whether it be up or closed. Using Deniska's MapThis! app, it takes about anywhere from 30 seconds to a couple of minutes for the GPS Receiver to lock on to some satellites depending on your location.

      PSP GPS 290 Specifications:

      * Reception frequency: 1575.42Mhz (L1 band, C/A cord/code
      * Reception method: Channel 20
      * Reception sensitivity: Pursuit: - 153dBm; Supplementation: - 140dBm
      * Determination renewal time: Approximately 1 second
      * Determination precision: 5m (2DRMS, - 130dBm)
      * External size: Approximately 45 * 41 * 17mm (width x height x depth)
      * Mass: Approximately 16g 

       

      Package Contents:

      * PSP-290 GPS Receiver
      * Plastic Case for Receiver



      Four Required Softwares:

      Transcript below taken from the video above:

      1. You will need a custom firmware psp (mine is 3.30 OE-A) and a psp-290GPS
      2. And you will also need four files gmdl0.4.16b, 3[1].30-OE-A_prx, MapThis0499_beta, and mapViewer_v03.
      3. Connect PSP to computer
      4. Now go to your psp® s game folder
       
      5. Open mapviewer now
      6. Go to 1.5 folder
      7. Highlight both folders and drag to your psp/game folder
      8. Ok now its there
      9. Now check and make sure its in the psp/game folder (as we can see i have it in the correct folder)
       
      10. Now open Mapthis
      11. Go to the psp-290 eboot folder
      12. Copy the eboot into the psp/game/mapviewer folder without the % replace
      the eboot with this one
      13. Now copy the system folder from MapThis and put it into the mapviewer folder (replace the old one with this one by clicking yes to all)
      14. Now go to psp/game/mapviewer folder and delete the maps that are already in the map folder (they are the default maps in the map this program you dont need it)
       
      15. Now open the 3[1].30-OE-A_prx file and take the two .prx and put it into the psp/game/mapviewer folder (.prx file allows you to view maps without the GPS)
       
      16. Now open the gmdl0.4.16b go to the bin folder and extract the debug folder put it somewhere you can find it again),
      17. Inside the folder is Global Map Download tool program open it now.
      18. Zoom on the area you want
      19. When you are ready press preview to see the area you selected
      20. Next name your map but make sure it start with �_� in my case i name it _homearea
      21. Now click download map
      22. Something will pop up now click on the ares you dont want and the zoom you dont want
      23. When you ready click the long button to start creating the map, now it generating the map
      24. The generated map will be inside the debug folder
      25. I am going to use a make i made before
      26. Take the map you made and put it inside the psp/game/mapviewer/maps folder
       
      27. Now load the program (on psp)
      28. Open the file
      29. Look its the O' Hare airport
      30. I am not showing you how to POI's right now may be later
      31. POI's are point of interest and directions
      32. now installing the GPS device
      33. press the square to turn GPS on
      34. now press start the GPS info to see how many GPS are locked on (in my case i have no GPS locked. sometime it takes a long time to lock on)

       


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