How To Edit a Garmin GPI
Each Garmin GPS device comes preloaded with numerous points of interest, or POIs. However, any one of these POIs may not have sufficient information, such as rapid speed reductions, red light cameras or known areas of traffic congestion. Software like GPS Babel and GeePeeEx Editor lets you make changes and updates to the existing database file, entering the changes in pre-defined fields. You can even use Microsoft Excel or another spreadsheet program to make edits in comma-separated value format. Using Garmin's POI Loader software lets you send the modified file, converting it to Garmin's proprietary GPI format.
Ethernet Cables & Benefits to Wired Vs Wireless Users
All over the world, everyone seems to be going wireless when it comes to Internet connections. From 3G and 4G networks to Wi-Fi hotspots at many airports, cafes and coffee shops, Internet users search for ways to free themselves from wires while still being able to connect to the Web and their chat or email applications. While wireless networks are certainly convenient, they do expose users to certain disadvantages when compared to hard-wired Internet or network connections that use Ethernet cables. While using RJ-45 Ethernet cables for your network or Internet connection can be less convenient, there are advantages to the older technology that you should consider before implementing a router network.
How to Extend an HDMI Cable
High Definition Multimedia Interface, or HDMI, cables offer a one-wire solution for high-quality audio and video. Although you typically only need one cable per component, there are occasions where that cable is too short. This can happen if you replace a television with a projector, change your equipment rack's location or install a new component. Extending an HDMI cable is relatively straightforward, but you need to keep in mind the wire's length prior to installation.