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    Hi John,
    I wrote an article for "Demo code for the ZX4120 GPS" with new library.
    Located in "wiki/Example Code/GPS/Demo code for the ZX4120 GPS".


    John, thank you very much for your help, to edit and publish the article.
    Your QTH Locator and Distance/Bearing routines work very well. I hope it will be useful for the other users of the Proton Basic compiler.

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    Alberto
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    Hi Alberto
    Another leading article, you write very creative code. I've published the article.
    Best wishes
    John

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    Thank you John,
    They are many hours of work. I modify and test the routines until they are perfect to achieve my goal.

    The article is available in the WIKI.
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    What is QTH in your code?

    Wiki says its - What is your position in latitude and longitude (or according to any other indication)?
    George.

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    Hi George,
    My town hall is: 41 29' 27" N and 2 08' 26" E, according to "Google Earth".
    My QTH is JN11BL. It is are already set on the demonstration program.
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    George, unless Alberto has changed the code Latitude is positive in the northern hemisphere and negative in the southern. Longitude is positive towards the east and negative to the west.
    I'm not sure whether you are familiar with ham Q codes.
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    Lat and Long I know off, there are a great many things of which I know nothing, one of these being ham Q codes.
    George.

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    The older I get the more I don't know. Unlike when I was a teenager when I thought I pretty well knew everything.
    QTH is location.
    These are left overs from the days of Morse code when brevity was everything.
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