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GPS Trackers Price in Malaysia for October, 2018

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GPS trackers show you the best routes to avoid traffic congestion. They also prevent you from getting lost by giving you directions to your destination. Interested to learn how GPS works? Read on below to find out.

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Garmin Edge Edge 1030
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Best Price Guarantee in Market! We won’t be beaten on Price! Kindly pm us if you found out there are price cheaper than us, and we will match the price for you. More info please read terms and condition below, thank you~ 2 Years Warranty From Garmin Malaysia AECO Ultimate GPS Bike Computer with Navigation and Connected Features -3.5” bike computer with comprehensive navigation, performance and cycling awareness features -Trendline™ popularity routing uses billions of miles of Garmin Connect™ ride data to show the best on- and off-road routes -Preloaded Garmin Cycle Map provides turn-by-turn directions and new navigation alerts -New rider-to-rider messaging¹ lets you stay in contact with other cyclists in your group -Challenge yourself every ride with newly updated preloaded Strava Live Segments feature -Battery life: up to 20 hours², extendable up to 40 hours with the optional Garmin Charge™ power pack Terms and condition: 1. Please request a price match before you purchase the product. We cannot offer a refund if you have already made your purchase. 2. We will only price match items that are identical in size, make, name, description, model, model year, the same country and currency. We can’t match the price if either our competitors or our own site doesn’t have stock of the item. Please noted. 3. We can only match prices from online, professional bike shops. That means we will not price match Amazon, Ebay, department stores, electronic shops or auction prices. It’s up to us to decide what is considered an “online, professional bike shop” but we are pretty lenient. Please keep in mind that E Bay, Amazon or Auction products usually have little to no backup- up support, return or warranty. 4. The item must be new and unused in its original packaging and available for purchase online. This offer is not valid for items purchased in shops. 5. The final price of price match of MyLGCycling and another web-site must be the final check-out price (including the factor of shipping cost, duty, tax and the delivery place). 6. Approved price matches are valid for 3 days and the discount code use for the price match item only per order. 7. The price match discount code can’t be combined with any other promotion codes. 8. MyLGCycling retains the right to decline a price match or alter the percentage discount offered but don’t worry, we’ll always let you know why 9. From time to time we may alter the percentage discount offered, we reserve this right – but don’t worry, we’ll always let you know. Read more

Top GPS Trackers Price List 2018

Top 10 products Price Store
Garmin eTrex 10 RM 439.00 Lazada
Garmin GPSMAP 64s RM 1,315.10 AppAsia
Garmin Edge 1000 RM 1,960.00 Lazada
Garmin Edge 1030 RM 2,930.00 Lazada
Garmin Drive 51 RM 297.70 Lazada
Garmin GPS 72H RM 37.00 Lazada
Garmin Oregon 650 RM 1,191.10 Qoo10
Garmin vivofit jr. RM 251.80 Lazada
Garmin eTrex 20x RM 650.80 Qoo10
Garmin GPSMAP 78s RM 1,200.00 Lazada
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Garmin eTrex 10

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How Does the GPS System Work

GPS has become a staple service that many Malaysians are utilising today. Many Malaysian drivers use GPS devices to guide them on the best routes to use to reach a designated destination. GPS systems are accessible via our smartphones and a variety of handheld GPS devices. Some cars also have come with built-in GPS systems for you to navigate your trips easily.

Despite being used almost every day, not many people know how the GPS works. Most people know that GPS, short for Global Position System, basically uses satellites to determine the position of your location and the destination you are heading to. Here is an in-depth insight into how the global positioning system (GPS) works:

Founding of the Global Positioning System

The Global Positioning System, also known as NavStar was built by the US military system and has been fully operational since 1995. The system was initially developed for military navigation but now anyone with a GPS device, be it a mobile phone or a handheld GPS unit, can receive the radio signals broadcasted by the satellites from outer space. The GPS system currently has 31 active satellites orbiting the Earth from 20,000 kilometres away, making two complete orbits a day. Not all are used though as some are spare satellites in case one malfunctions.

Concept Behind the GPS System

GPS uses a lot of complex technology to operate but the concept is relatively simple to understand. The satellites are arranged in such a way that no matter where you are on the planet, there will be at least four GPS satellites that are “visible” at any point of time. Each of these satellites will transmit information about its position and the current time at regular intervals. Your GPS receiver which will analyse and calculate the high-frequency radio signals emitted by the GPS satellites to determine the distance of the satellite based on how long it took for the messages to arrive. Once your device is able to calculate how far away at least three satellites are, it can pinpoint your location through a simple mathematical principle known as trilateration.

Trilateration

To understand trilateration, you need to imagine yourself standing somewhere on Earth with three satellites in the sky above you. If you are able to know the distance you are from one satellite, say Satellite A, then you will be able to build an imaginary circle with the distance you are from the satellite as the radius. By doing the same thing for satellite B and C, you can work out your location by defining a point where these three circles intersect. This is how your GPS receiver determines your location with the only difference is that it uses overlapping spheres instead of circles.

Although an approximate position can be determined with only three satellites but to improve accuracy and obtain precise altitude accuracy, having information from four or more satellites will be ideal. Planning to get yourself a GPS tracker? Brands like Garmin and OEM manufacture reliable GPS units that you can use to ensure that you reach your destination without any hassle.