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PC/PocketPC tool to get tracklogs from the WBT-201 GPS logger

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get201 can download tracklogs from the Wintec WBT-201 GPS logger and store them in .gpx format.
The .gpx files are space optimized, they contain only the data received from the logger.

The original reason to create get201 was that the TMXTool provided by Wintec often failed with timeouts when reading out log data on the Pocket PC via Bluetooth.

get201 comes in 2 flavors with the same screen layout:
A PC version running on Windows XP or later and a PocketPC version running on devices with Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 or later.

In addition the current GPS position and status can be displayed.

The log file directory is hardcoded. On Pocket PC the preferred directory is the SD Card. On PC, always the current directory is used.
It is not possible to change the log settings with get201. Please use the TMXTool (PocketPC) or TimeMachineX (PC) for this.

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End Users/Desktop

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Win32 (MS Windows)

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