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Una buena forma de involucrarse en el proyecto OpenStreetMap es cargar los pistas de GNSS (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou/COMPASS, etc.). Grabado por su receptor de satélite o teléfono móvil, el rastro típico es un registro de su ubicación cada segundo o cada metro («tracelog»). Convierte pistas GPS a formato GPX si no lo hiciste automáticamente. Los datos recopilados se pueden mostrar como un fondo de líneas finas o pequeños puntos dentro del editor de mapas. Estas líneas y puntos se pueden usar para ayudarlo a agregar características del mapa (como caminos y senderos), similar al trazado de imágenes aéreas.
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Thinking of getting a GPS receiver to add data to OSM? These reviews are here to help. If you think about other mapping related hardware too, look at the Hardware Guide.

If you buy a GPS unit via any of our retail partners then up to 10% of the purchase price will be donated to OpenStreetMap. This helps to help keep our servers running. See the Shop for details.

The correct term is GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System), though the most common system GPS have become the name most people use (if you go to your local shop and ask for a GNSS, the clerk will probably not know what you mean).

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Units are listed alphabetically.

Type can be:

  • Data Logger: the GNSS includes an automatic geographic position logging system with extraction possibility to another electronic device
  • Recreational: the GPS receiver can either simply deliver a geographic position for another device or display it on a simple screen with no navigation facility.
  • Navigator: the GNSS includes a screen with maps and software for turn-by-turn navigation assistance
  • Mobile Phone: the GPS is included in a mobile phone device
  • Professional GNSS: the GNSS is designated for massive or accurate geographic survey. Many such devices also combines the various GNSS technologies, such as combined GPS/Glonass receivers and evaluate the different carrier signals.

Glonass is also available as a backup/augmentation in some GPS receivers, but at the moment not available as standalone handheld units.

Storage can be:

Internal MultiMedia (MMC) Secure Digital (SD) None
Specify the capacity MMC, or MMC Mobile SD Card, SD Mini, or SD Micro none

Common GPS chipsets are:

  • SiRFStar I, II, IIe, IIe/LP, IIt, III
  • SiRFLoc
  • SiRFXTrac
  • Nemerix
  • RFMD
  • MTK
  • Sony Solution
  • u-Nav + iTrax 3rd Gen
  • Atmel Antaris 4l
  • u-blox
  • Ublox
  • Xemics
  • HP6515 AGPS
  • Skytraq Venus 5
  • Skytraq Venus 6

Methods of DGPS correction / Augmentation can be

  • SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS), Beacon, NTRIP, Direct IP, IALA are free services, with various coverage.
  • Spotbeam, Inmarsat, Veripos, HP/XP are semiglobal services but requires licenses and are not likely in handheld units.
  • Corrections can be transmitted as proprietary formats, single station corrections, or 'RTCM' format correction list. Some receivers might use RTCM as identifier for corrections, but the source than is one of the systems mentioned above.

Alternative forms of GNSS are named according to the promoters of the satellite constellations: the existing GPS system properly named, Glonass, Galileo (still in deployment), and COMPASS. On devices equiped with tuners capable of hearing multiple constellations, it may be possible to get more precision and better coverage than what can be done today with just the GPS alone (some newer constellations will provide additional services not limited to one-way geolocating, such as Argos-style emergency signals for search and rescue).

AGPS is an abreviation for Assisted GPS, and is usually an enhancement for GPS-enabled cell phones. It allows receivers quicker startup time, as well as continuing to give positions with weak or missing satellite data.

Connectivity can be achieved by:

WiFi Bluetooth IrDa NFC/RFID USB PS/2 Serial RS232
Wlan.jpg Bluetooth.jpg Irda.gif ))) Usb.png PS 2.png SerialCOM.jpg

Summary table

Brand Name Type release date GPS Chipset No Channel Augmen­tation Data Logging Capacity Storage Connec­tivity Estimated Price Supports DOP GNSS measured DRMS accuracy Dual-frequency
Bad Elf GPS-2200 Recreational, data logger MTK 66 SBAS, WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 360,000 (100 hrs at 1 Hz) 64 MiB internal Bluetooth.jpg (to Apple iOS) US$150 no ?
ClearEvo EcoDroidGPS Professional GNSS for Android UBLOX M8030 72 SBAS L1 C/A: WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN no no Bluetooth.jpg (tested 6 simultaneous Android phone connections) US$ 85 sí sí
Columbus V-900 (Mark II) Data Logger, Recreational MTK MT3339 66 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 25,000,000 SD Micro max. 4 GiB Bluetooth.jpg €109 VDOP, HDOP, PDOP no no
Columbus V-990 (Mark II) Data Logger, Recreational MTK MT3339 66 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 25,000,000 SD Micro max. 4 GiB €89 VDOP, HDOP, PDOP no no
Garmin eTrex 10 Data Logger, Navigator MediaTek ? WAAS, EGNOS 10k Internal Usb.png 119€ / $109.99 / £99.99 no sí ?
Garmin eTrex 35 touch Data Logger, Navigator MediaTek ? WAAS, EGNOS 10k, 200 routes, 10000 points, 200 tracks or to SD-card Internal, SD Micro Usb.png $245 no sí ?
Garmin GPSmap 276Cx Outdoor mapping GPS ? ? WAAS, EGNOS Internal 8GB SD Micro Usb.pngWlan.jpg US$600 ? sí no
Garmin GPSmap 60CSx Outdoor mapping GPS SiRFstarIII 12 WAAS, EGNOS Internal or up to 4 GiB SD-card (since FW 3.90) SD Micro Usb.png US$294.15 (Amazon.com) ? ?
Garmin Oregon 300 Outdoor mapping GPS STM STA2062 "Cartesio" 32 WAAS, EGNOS 850 MiB internal or microSD-card (4 GiB work well) SD Micro Usb.png €300 (Amazon.com) ? ?
Garmin Nüvi 205 Navigator SiRFstarII ? ? no 940 MiB Internal memory and microSD-card SD Micro Usb.png Discont'd no no no
Garmin Nüvi 760 Navigator SiRFstarII ? ? Internal 10,000 points SD Card up to 4 GiB Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png ~€300 ? ?
GiSTEQ CD110BT Data Logger MTK 51 ? internal 150,000 points internal 4 MiB Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png GB£~60 ? ?
Geneq SX Blue II Recreational ? 10 + 2 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN 0 0 Usb.png SerialCOM.jpg Bluetooth.jpg 1500€ HDOP VDOP PDOP (Sub meter precision) ? ?
Geonaute Keymaze 300 (see [1] for OSS driver) Outdoor Mapping GPS SiRF Star III ? WAAS internal 200 points internal Usb.png ~€89 ? ?
GlobalSat DG-100 Data Logger SiRF Star III 20 WAAS 60k Internal Usb.png US$110 ? ?
GlobalSat BT-308 Recreational SiRF Star II e/LP 12 WAAS 0 no Bluetooth.jpg ? ?
GlobalSat BT-335 Data Logger, Recreational SiRF Star III 20 WAAS 60k Internal Bluetooth.jpg €80 ? ?
GlobalSat BT-338 Recreational SiRF Star III 20 WAAS, EGNOS 0 no Bluetooth.jpg ? ?
GlobalSat BT-359 Recreational SiRF Star III 20 WAAS, EGNOS 0 no Bluetooth.jpg US$80 ? ?
GlobalSat BT-368 Recreational SiRF Star III 20 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 0 no Bluetooth.jpg GB£47 ? ?
GlobalSat BT-821C Recreational Mediatek MT3339 66 WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS, MSAS, GAGAN no no Bluetooth.jpg (charged over 5V DC power jack 4.0mm x 1.7mm Center PLUS) US$50 sí no no
GlobalSat BR-355 Recreational SiRF Star III e/LP 20 WAAS, EGNOS 0 no Usb.png SerialCOM.jpg US$60 ? ?
GlobalSat BU-353 Recreational SiRF Star III e/LP 20 WAAS, EGNOS 0 no Usb.png GB£28-57 ? ?
GlobalSat BR-304 Recreational SiRF Star II e/LP 12 no 0 no PS 2.png SerialCOM.jpg US$50 ? ?
GlobalSat BR-305 Recreational SiRF Star II e/LP 12 no 0 no PS 2.png US$50 ? ?
GlobalSat BU-303 Recreational SiRF Star II e/LP 12 no 0 no Usb.png €50 ? ?
GNS GNS 2000 PLUS Recreational; inbuilt battery Mediatek MT3333 99 WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS, MSAS, GAGAN 54k (date/pos every 5s) Internal Bluetooth.jpg (charged over Mini-USB) €96 sí sí sí
Holux GPSport 245 Recreational MTK3318 20 ? 200,000 Internal 4 MiB Usb.png $180 ? ?
Holux GPSport 260 Recreational MTK3329 ? ? 160,000 Internal 4 MiB Usb.png $340 ? ? ?
Holux M-241+ Data Logger, Recreational MTK MT3333 66 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 250,000 ? Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png EUR110 sí no
Holux RCV-3000 Data Logger MTK MT3333 66 WAAS, EGNOS 250,000 Internal 4MiB Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png(standard USB cable with USB mini-B plug) ~83 Euros (03/2018, amazon.de) Yes (NMEA output); No (logging to memory) sí no
Magellan eXplorist 510 Data Logger, Navigator ? ? ? ? SD Card Usb.png ? ?
Mio Cyclo 605 HC Navigator (Cycle) ? ? ? ? ? ?
Navilock BT-821G Recreational Mediatek MT3333 99 WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS, MSAS, GAGAN no no Bluetooth.jpg (charged over 5V DC power jack 4.0mm x 1.7mm Center PLUS) €90 sí sí no
Navilock NL-8002U GPS receiver module u-blox UBX-M8030 72 WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS, MSAS no no Usb.png €66[2] sí sí sí
Qstarz BT-Q1000XT Datalogger MTK II 66 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS 400k, can log 5 Hz GPS: Bluetooth.jpg log: Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png ? ? ?
Royaltek RGM-4600]] Recreational SiRFstarIV 48 no 0 no ? ?
Solmeta Geotagger Pro2 Data Logger with Compass MTK MT3339 22 EXIF and internal 2GB internal Nikon Cord US$200 ? ?
Transystem i-Blue 747ProS Data Logger, Recreational MTK II 66 WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, AGPS 250k Internal 8 MiB Usb.png €75 (amazon.de) (~$80 on eBay.com) (2014-03-20) ? no no
Umax i-gotU GT-120/USB Data Logger SiRF III 20 WAAS, EGNOS 65,000 Internal Usb.png €45 no DOP, but EHPE available ? ?
Ventus G730 Data Logger SkyTrac Venus 6 65 WAAS, EGNOS 256,000 points Internal Usb.png £45-£60 ? ? ?
Wintec WBT-202 Data Logger u-blox Antaris 5 18 (tracking), 32 (aquisition) WAAS, EGNOS 260k internal / 134M with 2GB microSD Internal and SD Micro (64 MB-2 GB) Bluetooth.jpg Usb.png US$99 (?)/€109 (2009-10-24) ? ?

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