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RoyalTek BT GPS mini RBT 1000

  • Twelve parallel channels
  • Support 2D/3D information
  • Cold/Warm/Hot start time: 45/38/8 seconds
  • MC Card connector for external GPS antenna
  • Support standard NMEA-0183 at 7,600 bps baud rate
  • Support standard SiRF binary at 4,800 bps
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices with SPP (Serial Port Profile)
RoyalTek RTB 1000 connected to a Nokia 6600 running nmea_info.py

RoyalTek BT GPS x-mini RBT-2100

Same as RBT 1000, but this one has a SiRFstarIII chip. Replacable LiIon battery (Nokia compatible)

  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels
  • NMEA0183 compliant protocol
  • Extreme fast TTFF at low signal level.
  • High sensitivity acquisition
  • WAAS/EGNOS Supported (turned off by default, need to be ON using command sended in Sirf protocol (Using for example sirfdemo software), There are no NMEA-compatible commands to turn it on, only Sirf)

1 RoyalTek Bluetooth GPS Datalog Receiver RBT-2300 User Manual V1.0 SiRF Star III GPS Engine Inside Published on July, 2007 by RoyalTek Company Ltd. Royaltek Gps Software admin Royaltek RBT100 Bluetooth GPS review Date 1st April 2005 Review by Dave Burrows Introduction RoyalTek is already a well known and established company operating out of Taiwan that have brought out great GPS Receivers like the Sapphire (RGM-2000) and also last year brought out the first Bluetooth.

RoyalTek Mini Xtreme RBT-2110

Bluetooth device with SiRFstarIII chipset. Works out of the box under Linux. Very small, fits everywhere. Has useful rubber feets so it doesn't slide around in your car. Mine came with a car power adapter but no AC adapter. LiIon battery is replaceable.

  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels
  • NMEA0183 compliant protocol
  • Extreme fast TTFF at low signal level.
  • High sensitivity acquisition

RoyalTek GPS x-mini II RBT-2200/RBT-2210

  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels
  • NMEA0183 compliant protocol
  • Extreme fast TTFF at low signal level.
  • High sensitivity acquisition
  • Power saving features
  • Industrial Standard

RoyalTek RBT-2300

Royaltek Gps Bluetooth Software

  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels
  • 650,000 trackpoints
  • Battery lasts 7 hours
  • NMEA0183 compliant protocol
  • Bluetooth
  • Works with Linux (Jdatalog)

Pros

  • Very cheap
  • Huge memory
  • You can use standard Nokia BL-4C batteries, more capacity

Cons

  • No waypoint button
  • Downloading data requires some knowledge
  • No segmentation (all trackpoints are saved together by day, even if you switch off & on)
    • Its a configuration flag, you can append or create new trackpoints.
  • No on/off trackpoints switch
  • Only includes a car charger (but a 5 V 0.4 A charger is cheap)
    • In my case it also has a USB connector

RoyalTek BlueGPS RBT 3000

Bluetooth GPS data logger — no screen, minimal indicator lights. I don't have any experience of another GPS, so I really like it.

Good things

  • Massive memory capacity — apparently it stores over 30,000 records. I have used it for a few hours every day on holiday and after two weeks still had spare capacity. I think you can fit more records on if you reduce the type of info it logs (not the frequency but the detail; e.g., no altitude)
  • Bluetooth connectivity, no need for cables
  • Configuration software (Linux software too) allows you to change everything about logging, data correction, elevation masks, SBAS (I haven't tried all these options). The logging control is great, the frequency can be set to anything from 1 sec to many hours
  • Linux driver to extract data (I have never managed to build this on Mac OS X); Gentoo Ebuilds for Linux driver and config tool

Bad things

  • No Mac software!
  • No indication of full memory (so I have to keep track and often get it wrong)
  • Indicator lights are counter-intuitive — when the green led is lit constantly, it is not locked onto a GPS signal. When it is flashing it has locked on and is recording.
  • Can't change the battery (built-in lithium ion). But I have opened it up and it would be easy to swap them if you had a spare.
  • need very much time for GPS-look. It flashes the green light, but it hasn't locked. Be careful with tracking!
  • software for download the datas works not satisfactorily under Linux and Windows-Pocket-PC (what's the problem?)

More info

RoyalTek Vnus GPS-Mouse RGM-3600

  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels
  • NMEA0183 compliant protocol
  • Multiple Connector Options(USB/Mini-USB/PS2)

RoyalTek RGM-3800

RoyalTek RGM-3800 with USB cable attached
  • SiRFstarIII GPS chipset
  • 20 parallel channels, WAAS/EGNOS, DOP-Support (HDOP, VDOP, satellites, 2D/3D)
  • two standard alkaline AAA cells for about 12 hrs runtime
  • two rechargeable NiMH AAA cells for about 9 hrs runtime (an option not mentioned in the manual but it's been tried and tested)
  • size 34×24×64 mm without strap/belt, weight 68 g/42 g (with/without battery)
  • not waterproof, but fits easily inside a condom.
  • NMEA0183 compliant output
  • Mini-USB Connection to PC
  • Works with Linux (rgm3800py (german description), Jdatalog or rtkgps).
  • Works with MacOS/Linux including old PPC-Platform, if USB-RS232-Driver for Profilec PL2303 is available via this python-script http://code.google.com/p/rgm3800py/
  • Works with PocketPC http://aeropic.free.fr/RBT_2300/ (German, Spanish, Catalan, Hungarian version available. Windows-Desktop-versions available as well in those languages)
  • 64 MiB flash memory for trackdata. Logging can be set in 5 levels (earlier units only offer the first three options out-of-the-box: get the firmware upgrade!).
    • UTC Time, Longitude and Latitude
    • UTC Time, Longitude, Latitude and Altitude
    • UTC Time, Longitude, Latitude, Altitude and Velocity
    • UTC Time, Longitude, Latitude, Altitude, Velocity and Distance
    • UTC Time, Longitude, Latitude, Altitude, Velocity, Distance, Fixed Mode, Satellites, Fix, DOP and Course.
  • Comes with min. 5 sec interval - after an firmware upgrade 1 to 60 seconds interval is possible. In a car 1 sec. interval works fine, by foot or by bicycle better use longer intervals.
  • Recording interval and loglevel set by user. Defines range of memory.
  • Memory-Full Options: Stop / Overwrite
  • No button/key for marking waypoints, but each powercycling starts new track
  • Direct paththrough of live NMEA available :'GPS mouse mode' via USB-RS232.

See also: detailed german page for RGM 3800 at the OSM-wiki

Summary

Royaltek gps software updater
  • Pro: tracks one of the best in SiRFstarIII-class (much better than RGM2300 or Garmin Etrex H family)
  • Pro: switch on, clip on and forget for the rest of the day.
  • Pro: standard batteries
  • Pro: big memory
  • Contra: no button for waypoints
  • Contra: downloading via USB can take several minutes
  • Contra: memory not expandable/no slot
  • Contra: No battery low warning
  • Contra: Under unknown rare conditions sometimes stops recording. After power cycling ok again.

RoyalTek RGM 2000

SiRFstarII Chipset USB2Serial Adapter. Can be programmed to output sirf-protocol or nmea with a terminal programm (windows = hyperterminal). A good Windows tool to programm the output is SiRFDemo. I use it with Linux, works fine for me.


RoyalTek MBT-1100

Royaltek Gps Software Downloads

BT747 seems to be able to handle the RoyalTek MBT-1100 and it might be able to handle some of the other 'MBT'-devices too.The MBT devices are based on the MTK chipsets.

Royaltek Gps Bluetooth

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Logger RGM-3800
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The Royaltek RGM-3800 is an inexpensive GPS receiver with a USB port capable of functioning as either a stand-alone GPS track logger or attached to a computer. It comes supplied with the following:

  • a small instruction manual in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish,
  • an 8 cm CD with software and drivers for Windows
  • USB cable for communication with a PC (USB to Mini-USB)
  • a manual in PDF format
  • clip and short lanyard

The unit requires 2 AAA batteries to operate, which can be 1.2V NiMH rechargeable cells. When switched on the logger immediately proceeds to acquire a GPS fix which takes about 40 seconds from a cold start. During this process the LED on the top blinks green. Once GPS position is acquired the unit begins logging position, time and certain other data to built-in non-volatile memory and the green light stops blinking and glows continuously. It's best to stay still as long as the device finishes first acquisition phase if not that will be extended and the first GPS points can then be dispersed over several kilometers (observation practice when used by car). The power button can be pressed again to stop the GPS logging, and then again once more to start a new track.The interval between each GPS position logged is set by a factory setting of 15 seconds, but can be changed to other values.

The unit offers the following settings:

  • Logging interval from every 1 second to every 60 seconds
  • Recording modes:
    • 0 lat, long, time (12 Bytes)
    • 1 lat, long, time, alt (16 Bytes)
    • 2 lat, long, time, alt, vel (20 Bytes)
    • 3 lat, long, time, alt, vel, dist (24 Bytes)
    • 4 lat, long, time, alt, vel, dist, status (60 Bytes) (latitude and longitude, UT timestamp, altitude, speed, distance, reception quality / satellites)
  • Behavior when the memory is full: stop recording or discard oldest points to make way for new records.
ModeBytesSamplesLogging interval
1s3s5s10s30s
0126990088 days 2 hrs24 days 6 hrs40 days 10 hrs80 days 21 hrs242 days 17 hrs
1165242886 days 1 hrs18 days 4 hrs30 days 8 hrs60 days 16 hrs182 days 1 hrs
2204193284 days 20 hrs14 days 13 hrs24 days 6 hrs48 days 12 hrs145 days 14 hrs
3243494404 days 1 hrs12 days 3 hrs20 days 5 hrs40 days 10 hrs121 days 8 hrs
4601397761 days 14 hrs4 days 20 hrs8 days 2 hrs16 days 4 hrs48 days 12 hrs

The included software is for Windows but operation under Linux and MacOS X is possible too.

Windows

Best word for mac download. The manufacturer 'Royaltek' provides software for Windows only on the supplied CD (and by download from their website).

  • all the functions of the recorder's supported (including modifying the logging parameters)
  • Cons: The software display window is too small and it is not possible to change it. However the small size of the window makes it fully visible on even the lowest resolution laptops :-)

Linux

The recorded logs can be retrieved using the rgm3800.py Python script.

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