2012年6月21日星期四

what is a gps PCMCIA card used for?

GPS and PCMCIA is a combination. PCMCIA was founded by several ICC (integrated circuit card) manufacturers in 1989. Its purpose is to accept peripherals via computer industry standards, such as additional memory and modem.

Put GPS and PCMCIA card into the PCMCIA slot, such as laptops, PDA and other portable computers. Portable computer with PCMCIA port can accept the following devices, such as sound cards, RAM memory, pre-programmed ROM cards, hard drives, CD-ROM and the SCSI controller, floppy controller, modem and the PCMCIA units of GPS.

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Before any extension of the standard, computers tend to accept only proprietary peripherals. These devices are unique, only they did not allow the use of similar equipment of other manufacturers.

Therefore, it is necessary to use the co-expansion method commonly in the computer industry. PCMCIA standard allows computer manufacturers to equip all machines with common scalability. This will allow computer users to share peripherals. In addition, consumers can choose additional components from multiple suppliers and have a wider choice.

The electrical interface of the PCMCIA card and related software, physical design, computer socket design. Standard exists in three forms: The original design is a type I, which is 3.3 mm thick. With Type II development and expansion, it has a thickness of 5.5 mm and greater flexibility, a type III is 10.5 mm thick.

With more choices of GPS and PCMCIA users, if a person has a laptop computer, he or she can buy a GPS PCMCIA units inserted. Such a simple featuring handheld GPS navigator laptop device allows more complex functions such as mapping and more memory storage.

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