Trimble Juno ST Handheld
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User reviews and opinions
|soop||8:07pm on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|Overstock.com had what I wanted, price was right, shipping was speedy and effortless. A bit looser than I was expecting, which keeps this from being a 5 star review. Still a great cover for this phone.|
|abcdefg_1_1||8:10pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|I have been using AT&T for 10 years, and only used voice service. With friends. Its been about a month since I dumped the Palm Pre and got with the Hero from HTC (how cliche, right?).|
|boflaade||12:18am on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|I love this phone! This the best phone ever! It does anything and everything. I think of it as the new and improved i phone. First of all, let me start by saying that this was the best Christmas gift that I could have gotten.When you purchase this phone.|
|neilfraser||6:38pm on Friday, August 13th, 2010|
|So, after over a year of living and loving my Blackberry Curve I was itching for a new phone. A part of me lusted for an iPhone. Hello, I have had the HTC Hero for about 3 weeks now.|
|simsken||4:30pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010|
|This was a phone purchased for my son. He loves it. Rather have a blackberry again then have to use this phone. Battery life is horrible, keyboard input is horrible, no push email.|
|keithb||7:36am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Great phone... In my opinion this is hands down the second best phone available right now with the iPhone being ahead slightly and I do mean slightly. This is my first exprience with HTC and android phones. I purchased the phone on Saturday (10/10/09) @ a local sprint store.|
|oreh||2:19pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|One of the best of HTC! It is very easy to use, stable no front camera for vdo conference. keypad quite small for big hand guys like me I was first hesitant in buying this phone . But when I saw some reviews on the net and You tube i was really impressed with the phone.|
|dchann||5:01pm on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|I was extremely excited when I first received this phone. It was really easy to use and there was lots of great apps for the phone, often times free. The HTC Hero is a great phone. I have loved this phone since the day I got it.|
|robotroxx||3:58pm on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Uniquely frustrating to set up This phone seems to combine a lot of promise with above average frustration. Hardware-wise, it is feature-packed.|
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Juno ST handheld
BeSt Value GiS data cOllectiOn SYSteM
Priced to equip an entire workforce Lightweight and compact Productive field and office workflow Windows Mobile 5.0 software familiarity and convenience Bluetooth and WLAN connectivity
The JunoTM ST handheld is a highly productive yet affordable, non-rugged GPS receiver for field data collection and mobile GIS. The Juno ST handheld is Trimbles most compact, lightweight, fully-integrated field computer, providing 2 to 5 meter GPS positioning in real time or after postprocessing.
GPS field software, or use the GPS Pathfinder Tools Software Development Kit (SDK) to build an application thats customized to your needs. Office processing and postprocessing capability is provided with GPS Pathfinder Office software and Trimble GPS AnalystTM extension for ESRI ArcGIS. Full software compatibility allows existing Trimble customers to continue to use the same streamlined workflows and DGPS infrastructure.
easy to deploy
The Juno ST handheld is ideal for utility companies, government organizations, and agencies that are managing large deployments and tight budgets. In applications such as forestry mapping and workforce automation, where accuracy may be less important, and high productivity is essential, the Juno ST handheld is ideal. Incorporating a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, it has been specifically designed to maximize yield of positions in hostile environments, such as under forest canopy and up against buildings. If you need 2 to 5 meter accuracy in the field, you can use the integrated WAAS receiver for real-time corrections. Or you can collect data in the field and postprocess it back in the office to ensure positions are defined to the required accuracy level for your GIS, and to control the overall quality and consistency of your data.
industry standard software
Powered by industry standard Microsoft Windows Mobile version 5.0 software, you get all the benefits of an open platform for mobile devices. With Windows Mobile 5.0 software, all your data and applications reside in persistent storage, so they are secure even in the event of power loss. The Windows Mobile 5.0 software also includes familiar Microsoft productivity tools such as Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, Internet Explorer Mobile, and Outlook Mobile.
Integrated Bluetooth and wireless LAN technology provide options for connecting to the Internet and your corporate network to access data and maps and to send and receive email and instant messages. Use the built-in wireless LAN radio in conjunction with TrimPixTM technology to connect to a range of WiFi-capable Nikon digital cameras for automated capture of digital images. With TrimPix software you can take photos with a high resolution camera and send them wirelessly to your Juno ST handheld to be added as attributes to features in your GIS.
Keeping you mobile
Weighing in at only 133 g (0.3 lb), the Juno ST handheld provides the ultimate in portability to keep your workforce mobile. The Juno ST handheld is easily carried in a shirt pocket and you won't be weighed down by a large receiver. Every member of your workforce can be equipped at all times. You never have to worry about running out of memory in the field with the Juno ST handhelds SD card capability. You can be sure that you always have ample storage for data and raster background maps.
it doesnt get any bigger than this
Dont underestimate the Juno ST handheld based on its sizeit may be diminutive in stature but it still provides all the heavy-hitting power of a fully-integrated GPS solution backed by Trimbles entire range of software and support. Providing reliable, high-quality data collection capability, the Juno ST handheld is available at a price that will allow you to maximize your entire workforces potential.
Software for field and office productivity
As part of the Trimble family of GPS solutions, the Juno ST handheld is fully compatibile with the entire range of Trimble Mapping & GIS software. Enabling robust, professional data collection and maintenance, you have a choice of TerraSyncTM software or the Trimble GPScorrectTM extension for ESRI ArcPad. You can also choose any off-the-shelf NMEA protocol
Standard features System
Microsoft Windows Mobile version 5.0 software 300 MHz Samsung processor 64 MB RAM 128 MB non-volatile Flash data storage SD memory card slot Internally rechargeable and removeable Li-Ion battery Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology for connectivity to other devices Integrated 802.11b/g wireless LAN for local network connectivity
Technical specifications Physical
Size. 10.9 cm 6.0 cm 1.9 cm (4.3 in 2.4 in 0.7 in) Weight. 0.133 kg (0.3 lb) with battery Processor. 300 MHz Samsung S3C2442 processor Memory. 64 MB RAM and 128 MB internal Flash disk Power2 Low (no GPS or backlight). 10 hours Normal (with GPS and backlight3). 6 hours Battery. Removeable 1200 mAh lithium-ion, rechargeable in unit
Temperature Operating. 10 C to +50 C (14 F to 122 F) Storage. 20 C to +70 C (4 F to 158 F)
Integrated high-sensitivity GPS/WAAS1 receiver and antenna 25 meter accuracy after differential correction (real-time or postprocessed) NMEA and SiRF protocol support
Communications. Bluetooth4, 802.11b/g wireless LAN, USB slave port5 Display. 2.8 QVGA (Transmissive with micro reflective; TMR) Touch panel, pixel 65,536 colors, with backlight Audio. Mono speaker, unidirectional microphone speaker Record and playback utilities Industry-standard 3.5 mm stereo earphone jack Interface. Touch screen, Soft Input Panel (SIP) virtual keyboard handwriting recognition software, power status LED Audio system events, warnings, and notifications
GPS Controller for controlling NMEA output and in-field mission planning Microsoft ActiveSync, Calculator, File Explorer, Internet Explorer, Pictures, Excel Mobile, Outlook Mobile (Inbox, Calendar, Contacts,Notes, Tasks), Word Mobile, Windows Media Player Transcriber (handwriting recognition) TrimPix software for wireless camera support. Download from www.trimble.com/trimpix.asp
Channels. 12 (L1 code only) Integrated real-time. WAAS1 Update rate. 1 Hz Time to first fix. 30 seconds (typical) Protocols. SiRF NMEA-0183 v3.0 (GGA, VTG, GLL, GSA, ZDA, GSV, RMC)
Power supply with international adapter kit Vehicle power adapter 1m mini USB cable Quick Start Guide Carry case Rechargeable Li-ion battery
Accuracy (HRMS)6 after differential correction
Code Postprocessed. 25 m Real-time (WAAS1). 25 m
1 WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) available in North America only. 2 Using Bluetooth wireless technology or wireless LAN connectivity will consume additional battery power. 3 Backlight setting at default level of medium brightness 4 Bluetooth and wireless LAN type approvals are country specific. Juno ST handhelds have Bluetooth and wireless LAN approval in the U.S. and EU. For other countries please consult your local Reseller. 5 Fully compatible with USB v2.0 computers. 6 Horizontal Root Mean Squared accuracy. Requires data to be collected using horizontal mounting, minimum of 4 satellites, PDOP mask at 99, SNR mask at 12 dBHz, elevation mask at 5 degrees, and reasonable multipath conditions. Ionospheric conditions, multipath signals or obstruction of the sky by buildings or heavy tree canopy may degrade precision by interfering with signal reception. Accuracy varies with proximity to base station by +1 ppm for postprocessing and real-time. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Optional Features Software
TerraSync software Trimble GPScorrect extension for ESRI ArcPad software GPS Pathfinder Tools Software Development Kit (SDK) GPS Pathfinder Office software Trimble GPS Analyst extension for ESRI ArcGIS software
Replacement Li-Ion battery External GPS antenna Stylus (pack of 2)
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Getting Started. 19
Parts of the Juno ST handheld. Powering the handheld. Battery safety. AC adaptor safety. Inserting the battery. Charging the battery. Checking the level of battery power Automatic power off settings. Conserving power. Turning on the handheld. Locking the handheld. Handheld buttons. Resetting the handheld. Performing a soft reset. Performing a hard reset. Resetting to factory default settings Storing data. Using an SD memory card.. 28 29
Windows Mobile Software Basics. 31
Parts of the screen. Using the stylus. Accessing help. Entering text. Using the on-screen keyboard. Writing on screen. Personalizing your handheld. Today. Device lock. Sounds and notifications. Screen. Power. Backlight. 39
Connecting to an Office Computer. 41
Connection management software. Installing the Windows Mobile Device Center. Installing ActiveSync technology. Connecting the handheld to a computer. Managing the connection using the Windows Mobile Device Center Managing the connection using ActiveSync technology. Installing software. 46
Using GPS. 47
Factors that affect accuracy. Differential GPS. Supported GPS field software. TerraSync software. ESRI ArcPad software and the Trimble GPScorrect extension. GPS Controller software. Other GPS field applications. Configuring your GPS field software. Using your GPS field software. Viewing available satellites. Planning a data collection session. Using SBAS differential corrections. Outputting NMEA data. 53
Getting Connected. 55
Connecting to the Internet. Connecting to work. Using the WLAN radio. Turning on the WLAN radio. 57 57
Turning off the WLAN radio. Connecting to a network using wireless LAN connectivity. Configuring settings for a wireless LAN connection. Setting up Internet and network connections. Setting up a VPN server connection. Setting up a mail service. Managing connections. Using the Bluetooth radio. Bluetooth hosts and clients. Enabling Bluetooth wireless connections. Configuring host services. Pairing with a Bluetooth-enabled device. Setting up a connection to a Bluetooth-enabled device. Setting up a connection to a Bluetooth-enabled device without a passkey. Connecting to a Bluetooth-enabled device. Setting up a connection to the Internet or a work network using a Bluetooth-enabled device.
Backlight issues. Connection issues. ActiveSync technology. Windows Mobile Device Center Network connections. Bluetooth wireless technology. Wireless LAN connections. GPS / real-time correction issues. Power issues. SD card issues. Touch screen issues. 73
For more information about using any of this software, refer to the Help for the software. See Accessing help, page 33.
Finding additional information
Sources of information in addition to the information provided in this guide include:
For more information on. Specifications for the Juno ST handheld GPS TerraSync software ESRI ArcPad software Trimble GPScorrect extension for ESRI ArcPad software GPS Controller software GPS Pathfinder Office software Trimble GPS Analyst extension for ESRI ArcGIS software Windows Mobile software Windows Mobile Device Center Microsoft ActiveSync technology refer to www.trimble.com/junost.shtml www.trimble.com/gps/ www.trimble.com/terrasync.shtml, or the software documentation www.esri.com/arcpad, or the software documentation www.trimble.com/gpscorrect.shtml, or the software documentation the software documentation www.trimble.com/pathfinderoffice.shtml, or the software documentation www.trimble.com/gpsanalyst.shtml, or the software documentation www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/default.mspx www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/devicecenter.mspx, or the Windows Mobile Device Center help www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/activesync/d efault.mspx, or the ActiveSync help
Go to the Juno ST handheld technical support page (www.trimble.com/junost_ts.asp) on the Trimble website for the latest support information about the software, including:
FAQs support notes detailing support issues documentation the latest files available for download
If you still cannot find a solution to the problem, contact your Trimble reseller.
Windows error reporting
If for any reason a Microsoft Windows Error Reporting dialog appears, indicating that your Trimble GPS field software has encountered a problem and needs to close, you are asked whether you wish to send an error report to Microsoft. Trimble recommends that you click Send and then click any subsequent links that are used to obtain additional information. Trimble can access the report that is sent to Microsoft and use it to improve the Juno ST handheld.
Your feedback about the supporting documentation helps us to improve it with each revision. E-mail your comments to ReaderFeedback@trimble.com.
Parts of the Juno ST handheld Powering the handheld Turning on the handheld Locking the handheld Handheld buttons Resetting the handheld Storing data
This chapter describes the main features of the Juno ST, and provides the information you need to get up and running with the handheld.
Parts of the Juno ST handheld
The following pages show the main parts of the handheld.
Note Trimble GPS field applications override any automatic settings and keep the backlight and the handheld turned on while connected to the GPS receiver.
Turn off the integrated Bluetooth or WLAN radios whenever you are not using them. For more information, see Using the Bluetooth radio, page 61 and Using the WLAN radio, page 57. Disconnect from the integrated GPS receiver when GPS data is not required, using the applications Disconnect or Deactivate GPS option. When you disconnect from GPS, the integrated GPS receiver switches off and stops drawing power.
Note Do not disconnect from GPS if you will be reconnecting within about five minutes. A GPS application can take up to 30 seconds to reactivate the integrated GPS receiver, so disconnecting to save power can cost time.
Turning on the handheld
If the screen on the handheld is blank, the handheld is turned off. To turn on the handheld: 1. Make sure the handheld is not locked. The Lock switch should be in the up (Unlock) position. A red bar is visible on the Lock switch when it is in the locked position. Press the Power button briefly.
To turn off the handheld, press the Power button briefly again. To turn off the backlight while the handheld is turned on, press and hold the Power button for approximately two seconds.
Locking the handheld
To lock the handheld screen and buttons, move the Lock switch down to the Lock position. A red bar is visible on the Lock switch when it is in the locked position. If the handheld is on when you lock it, the handheld turns off. To unlock the handheld screen and buttons, move the Lock switch up to the Unlock position. The handheld is restored to the state it was in when locked. That is, if the handheld was:
turned on when locked, unlocking the handheld turns it on. turned off when locked, unlocking the handheld unlocks the buttons only and leaves the handheld turned off.
Tip To lock the handheld without turning it off, use the device lock option (see Device lock, page 36).
The Juno ST handheld provides four buttons for fast, easy access to commonly used Windows Mobile software applications. Use the Directional button to move around the screen easily or to perform the same action as an Enter key. The table below provides information about each button.
Button Calendar Today Contacts Messaging Directional button Icon Function Displays the Calendar application. Displays the Today screen. Displays the Contacts application. Displays the Messaging application. Provides directional controls for moving around the screen and scrolling in various menus and applications. To perform the same action as an Enter key, press the center of the button.
Parts of the screen
The main parts of the screen are shown below.
Connectivity icon Shows connection status to other devices or networks. Tap icon to turn on or turn off Bluetooth or WLAN radios. Start button Tap to open the Start menu, where you can access programs and system controls. Volume icon Battery icon Tap the battery icon to view battery power level. Title bar Contains status icons for important system functions.
Today screen Summarizes your appointments, tasks, notes, and e-mails for the day. Tap any item to open it.
Start menu Tap any item on the menu to open it.
Menu bar Contains softkeys providing access to applications, menus, and notifications.
WLAN icon Tap the WLAN icon to access the WLAN shortcut menu. Bluetooth icon Tap the Bluetooth icon to access the Bluetooth shortcut menu. Orientation icon Tap the Orientation icon to switch between portrait and landscape screen orientation.
Using the stylus
To interact with the handheld, use the stylus to tap on the touch screen. To use the stylus, remove it from its holder in the top left corner of the handheld, and hold the stylus as you would hold a pen or pencil. There are three types of action you can perform with the stylus:
Action Tap Tap and hold Drag Definition Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items and select options. Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a list of actions available for that item. On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you want to perform. Hold the stylus on the screen and drag across the screen to select text and images. Drag in a list to select multiple items.
If at any time the touch screen does not respond properly to stylus taps, realign it. For more information, see Screen, page 38.
To access help, tap / Help or, if available, tap in the application window. If there is an application running, context-sensitive help for the current screen appears. To view the main Help Contents page, tap the Contents softkey in the menu bar. Help files installed on the handheld work in the same way as a Web page. Tap hyperlinks to navigate around the help and use to retrace your steps. Tap View / Contents to return to the Contents page for the application, and tap View / All Installed Help to return to the main Contents page.
The handheld does not have a physical keyboard. To enter text, use an on-screen keyboard. Alternatively, you can write directly onto the screen. You can select how you want to enter text using the Input Panel. The Input Panel automatically appears in the menu bar of any application. The default selection is the on-screen keyboard. To change the text input method: 1. In the menu bar, tap the arrow on the Input Panel button. (You may have to activate and then hide the keyboard for the arrow to appear.) A list of input methods pops up. The currently selected method is indicated by a check mark. 2. Tap the method you want to use to select it.
Use the Screen control to align the touch screen or to change the appearance of text on the screen. To open the Screen control:
/ Settings / System / Screen.
To change the screen settings: 1. 2. 3. 4. Tap the General tab. To change the orientation of the screen, select an option in the Orientation group. To start the alignment sequence for the touch screen, tap Align Screen. Tap OK.
To enable ClearType: Using ClearType font smoothing can make text easier to read on the screen. 1. 2. Tap the ClearType tab and then select the Enable ClearType check box. Tap OK.
To change the size of text on screen: 1. 2. Tap the Text Size tab. Tap and drag the slider control to the left to make text smaller, or to the right to make text larger. The example text below the slider shows how the text will appear on screen. 3. Tap OK.
To open the Power control, do one of the following:
Tap the battery icon Tap
in the title bar of the Today screen.
/ Settings / System / Power.
Use the Battery tab to check the battery level (see Checking the level of battery power, page 24). Use the Advanced tab to set the time before the handheld turns off when idle (see Automatic power off settings, page 25).
The backlight makes the screen easier to read in low light, but uses extra power. Use the Backlight control to configure power-saving settings for the backlight. To open the Backlight control:
/ Settings / System / Backlight.
To set the backlight to automatically turn off: 1. To automatically turn off the backlight when the handheld is idle and is using battery power, tap the Battery Power tab. Select the Turn off backlight check box and then select a time from the drop-down list. To automatically turn off the backlight when the handheld is idle and is using external power, tap the External Power tab. Select the Turn off backlight check box and then select a time from the drop-down list. Tap OK.
To change the brightness: 1. Tap the Configure tab. The brightness of the backlight can be configured independently for when the handheld is using battery or external power. Use the slider on the left for battery power, and the slider on the right for eternal power. 2. Tap and drag the slider control downwards to make the backlight darker, or upwards to make the backlight brighter. Tap OK.
Connecting to an Office Computer
Connection management software Connecting the handheld to a computer Managing the connection using the Windows Mobile Device Center Managing the connection using ActiveSync technology Installing software
Tip If the Add/Remove Programs option does not appear below Programs and Services, click More. The Add/Remove Programs option appears.
For more information, refer to the Windows Mobile Device Center Help.
Tip If you have the GPS Pathfinder Office software installed on your office computer, you can configure the Connection Manager utility in the GPS Pathfinder Office software to automatically detect when you connect a Juno ST handheld to the computer. This
enables you to automatically transfer data from the TerraSync software, differentially correct the data, and then export it to a GIS. For more information, refer to the GPS Pathfinder Office Software Help.
Managing the connection using ActiveSync technology
To manage a connection between the handheld and a computer using ActiveSync technology: 1. Connect the handheld to the computer (see page 43). The Synchronization Setup Wizard appears:
Note If the connection is not made automatically, check that the connection is enabled in the ActiveSync software and on the handheld. For more information, see Troubleshooting, page 67. 2. 3. Click Cancel to close the wizard. The Microsoft ActiveSync window displays the message Connected:
To transfer files between the computer and the handheld, click Explore. A Windows Explorer-type window appears, displaying files stored on the handheld. Copy and paste files to other locations on your computer, or from your computer to the handheld. To install software onto the handheld, see Installing software, page 46. To uninstall software from the handheld, select Add/Remove Programs from the Tools menu. Clear the check box beside the program you want to remove and then click OK.
For more information, refer to the ActiveSync Help.
Tip If you have GPS Pathfinder Office software installed on your office computer, you can configure the Connection Manager utility in the GPS Pathfinder Office software to automatically detect when you connect a Juno ST handheld to the computer. This enables you to automatically transfer data from the TerraSync software, differentially correct the data, and then export it to a GIS. For more information, refer to the GPS Pathfinder Office Software Help.
The Juno ST handheld supports software designed to run on Windows Mobile powered devices. You may also be able to install and run some software designed for other operating systems. To install software on the handheld: 1. 2. Connect the handheld to a computer (see page 43). Insert the software CD into the office computer and then run the installation setup. For more information, refer to the installation instructions for the software. When prompted, select the install option for a Windows Mobile powered device. Once the software is installed on the computer, it is automatically transferred to the handheld.
GPS Controller software
You can install version 2.11 or later of the GPS Controller software on a Juno ST handheld. Use the software to configure and monitor the status of the internal GPS receiver. To install the GPS Controller software, go to www.trimble.com/support.shtml, click GPS Controller and then click Downloads. Click the link for the version you want to install and then follow the instructions in the Installation Wizard.
Other GPS field applications
You can use the Juno ST handheld with a custom application developed using version 2.20 or later of the Trimble GPS Pathfinder Tools Software Development Kit (SDK). You can also use the Juno ST handheld with any GPS field software that accepts NMEA messages.
Configuring your GPS field software
The first time you use your GPS field software on the handheld, you may need to configure the software to connect to COM7, which is the GPS port on the handheld. The table below outlines how to configure different types of GPS field software to connect to the GPS COM port.
If you are using TerraSync do this Run Terrasync. The software automatically activates the integrated GPS receiver on COM7.
ArcPad with the 1. In ArcPad, tap the GPS button and then select GPS GPScorrect extension Preferences from the drop-down menu. Tap the GPS tab. 2. In the Protocol field, select Trimble GPScorrect. 3. In the Port field, select COM7. 4. Tap OK. The software activates the integrated 5. Tap the GPS button GPS receiver. 6. To configure a real-time DGPS source, or to view status information, run the GPScorrect extension. To do this, tap the GPScorrect button in the Trimble toolbar. ArcPad without the 1. In ArcPad, tap the GPS button and then select GPS GPScorrect extension Preferences from the drop-down menu. Tap the GPS tab. 2. In the Protocol field, select NMEA 0183. 3. In the Port field, select COM7. 4. Tap OK. The software activates the integrated 5. Tap the GPS button GPS receiver. GPS Controller Run GPS Controller. The software automatically activates the integrated GPS receiver on COM7.
GPS Pathfinder Tools Configure the software to connect to GPS on COM7 and then use the SDK application Connect or Activate GPS command. NMEA application
Using your GPS field software
To set up a mail service: 1. 2. 3. 4. Tap / Messaging.
Tap Menu / Tools / New Account. Select an e-mail provider from the drop-down list and then tap Next. Follow the steps in the Setup wizard, using the connection details supplied by your ISP or network administrator.
Note You cannot change the account name later.
Tip To receive TerraSync data files by e-mail, tap Options and in the last page select the Get full copy of messages option from the drop-down list, as well as the Get attachments option if it is displayed.
Tap Finish. Tap OK to download mail immediately, using a previously configured connection.
You can change connection settings or remove existing connections. You can also end a connection at any time. Ending a connection To minimize mobile phone or Internet provider connection charges and to free resources on the handheld, end a connection when you have finished using it. To end a modem or VPN server connection, tap Disconnect. Changing connection settings To change settings for a modem or VPN server connection: 1. 2. 3. 4. Tap / Settings / Connections / Connections. on the title bar and then tap
From the My Work Network list, tap Manage existing connections. Depending on the type of connection, tap either the Modem or VPN tab. Select the connection and then tap Edit.
Deleting a connection To delete a modem or VPN server connection: 1. 2. Tap / Settings / Connections / Connections.
From either the My ISP or My Work Network list, tap Manage existing connections.
Depending on the type of connection, tap either the Modem or VPN tab. Tap and hold the connection you want to remove and then tap Delete.
Using the Bluetooth radio
The Juno ST handheld has an integrated Bluetooth radio that you can use to establish a wireless connection to other Bluetooth devices that are within range. Using a Bluetooth connection, you can communicate with devices such as mobile phones, desktop computers, other handhelds, and digital cameras. You can also communicate with peripheral devices that use Bluetooth adaptors instead of serial or USB connections.
Bluetooth hosts and clients
The handheld can be used as a client or as a host, and can act as both at the same time. The following diagram shows the handheld connected to different types of devices using Bluetooth wireless technology. The arrows indicate the direction of the flow of data from the host to the client device.
host Figure 6.1
Data flow between devices connected using Bluetooth wireless technology
To communicate using a Bluetooth wireless link, a client device scans the Bluetooth radio frequency to discover other Bluetooth devices. Once it has discovered a host, the client selects the service that it will use. A service defines what type of information can be transferred to or from the host, and how. A client can connect to a number of different services provided by different hosts. The number of active connections at any one time affects the speed of the connections.
Enabling Bluetooth wireless connections
The Juno ST handheld is shipped with Bluetooth wireless technology activated. Use the Bluetooth control to turn on the integrated Bluetooth radio, enable the handheld to discover other Bluetooth devices, and configure host services on the Juno ST handheld. To open the Bluetooth control, tap Turning on the Bluetooth radio To use the Juno ST handheld as a Bluetooth host or client, you must turn on the Bluetooth radio. To turn on the Bluetooth radio, do one of the following:
/ Settings / Connections / Bluetooth.
Tap the Bluetooth icon in the Today screen and then tap Turn Bluetooth On. Tap / Settings / Connections / Bluetooth. In the General tab, tap Turn on. Tap the Wireless Connectivity icon in the title bar of the Today screen and then tap Wireless Manager. Tap Bluetooth to turn on the Bluetooth radio.
If the integrated Bluetooth radio is deactivated, the message No Bluetooth hardware appears.
Tip To conserve power, turn off the Bluetooth radio when it is not in use.
The Bluetooth icon appears in the bottom right corner of the Today screen, to indicate that the handheld can send and receive Bluetooth wireless signals. Turning off the Bluetooth radio In some situations you may be required to turn off the Bluetooth radio. For example, aviation authority regulations restrict the use of radios on board aircraft.
To turn off the Bluetooth radio, do one of the following:
Tap the Bluetooth icon in the Today screen and then tap Turn Bluetooth OFF. Tap / Settings / Connections / Bluetooth. In the General tab, tap Turn off. Tap the Wireless Connectivity icon in the title bar of the Today screen and then tap Wireless Manager. Tap Bluetooth to turn off the Bluetooth radio.
In the Today screen, the Bluetooth icon changes to send or receive Bluetooth wireless signals. Making the handheld discoverable
to indicate the handheld cannot
If you want to pair with another Bluetooth device, or if you want to use the handheld as a host device, you need to make the handheld Discoverable. A discoverable device can be detected by other devices when they scan. To make the handheld discoverable: 1. 2. 3. Tap / Settings / Connections / Bluetooth.
Tap the Accessibility tab. To enable other devices to connect to the handheld, select the Allow other devices to connect check box and then select the All devices option or the Paired devices only option. To enable other devices to see the handheld when they scan for other Bluetooth devices, select the Other devices can discover me check box.
Configuring host services
To provide a host service, turn on the Bluetooth radio (see page 62) and then make the device Discoverable (see page 63). If the service is a serial port service, you may need to add or configure the service. Tap /Settings / Connections / Bluetooth and then tap the Services tab. Other host services such as File Transfer and Information Exchange do not require any configuration because they use either pre-assigned ports, or use the My Documents folder for file transfers. Other services already have authentication and encryption enabled.
Pairing with a Bluetooth-enabled device
Pairing the handheld with another Bluetooth-enabled device creates a permanent security bond between the devices, which helps to exchange information securely between the devices. The paired relationship is established when two devices create and exchange a link key. Once the relationship is established, the handheld and the other Bluetooth device only need to have their Bluetooth radios turned on to exchange information; they do not need to be in discoverable mode.
To pair with a Bluetooth device: 1. Make sure that the handheld and the Bluetooth device you want to pair with are within five meters of each other, and that Bluetooth is in Discoverable mode on both devices. Tap the Bluetooth icon in the Today screen and then tap Bluetooth Manager.
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The Bluetooth Manager appears. Tap Menu and then select Paired Devices. Tap Add. To create a new pairing, tap the Lookup icon beside the Device field. The handheld searches for other Bluetooth devices and displays them in the Bluetooth Browser. Tap the name of the device you want to pair with. In the Passkey field, enter a passkey of between 1 and 16 characters and then tap the Enter key on the keyboard. Enter the same PIN on the other device. In the Bluetooth Manager, tap OK.
Setting up a connection to a Bluetooth-enabled device
To connect the handheld as a client device to another Bluetooth-enabled device, set up a connection to the device in the Bluetooth manager. Note Trimble recommends that you pair with a Bluetooth-enabled device before connecting to the device. For more information, see Pairing with a Bluetooth-enabled device, page 63. To set up the connection: 1. 2. 3. Tap the Bluetooth icon in the Today screen and then tap Bluetooth Manager. Tap New. The Bluetooth Connection wizard displays a list of tasks that you may want to achieve using the host device. Tap the task you want to complete. Complete the steps in the wizard to configure the connection to the host device.
Setting up a connection to a Bluetooth-enabled device without a passkey
Some Bluetooth devices do not enable you to enter a passkey, for example, a headset. To connect the handheld as a client device to another Bluetooth-enabled device, without using a passkey: 1. 2. 3. Tap the Bluetooth icon in the Today screen and then tap Bluetooth Manager. Tap New. In the Bluetooth Connection wizard, tap Explore a Bluetooth device. The handheld searches for other Bluetooth devices and displays them. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tap the device you want to connect to. Complete the steps in the wizard to configure the connection to the device. In the My Shortcuts tab of the Bluetooth Manager, tap and hold the connection you have set up and then select Properties. Clear the Authentication check box and then tap OK.
Connecting to a Bluetooth-enabled device
To connect to a Bluetooth-enabled device that you have already set up a connection to: 1. 2. 3. 4. On both devices, make sure the Bluetooth radio is turned on. Tap the Bluetooth icon Tap the My Shortcuts tab. Do one of the following:
in the Today screen and then tap Bluetooth Manager.
Double-tap the icon for the connection you have set up. Tap and hold the connection icon for the connection you have set up and then tap Connect.
interface 52 supported versions 49 text editor 17 text entry 33 Today screen button 20, 26 touch screen 15, 20, 73 tracking SBAS satellites 53 Transcriber software 34 transferring files to a computer 44, 46 Trimble GPS Analyst extension 48, 49 Trimble GPScorrect extension connecting to GPS 51 documentation 17 installing 49, 50 interface 52 supported versions 50 troubleshooting ActiveSync 68, 69 backlight 68 battery 71 Bluetooth wireless technology 70 GPS 71 power 71 real-time 71 SD memory card 72 touch screen 73 wireless LAN 69, 71 turning on and off Bluetooth radio 62 handheld 15 wireless signals 57, 62 WLAN radio 57
unlocking the handheld 26, 36 USB connection to a computer 43, 68, 69 USB data cable charging handheld battery 24 connecting 24 included component 16
Tasks software 17 technical support 18 TerraSync 52 TerraSync software automatically transferring data 45, 46 connecting to GPS 51 documentation 17 installing 49
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