I was on a trip to Seattle this week and just had to have some fun. I wanted to try out my new CoPilot bluetooth wireless GPS receiver running the CoPilot Smartphone software just to see what it looks like on my typhoon.
Well I had the receiver but had the wrong phone with me. I brought along my MPx220. So what I did instead was to run the Pharos Ostia software on my Pocket PC hx4700 and connect the CoPilot receiver to it wirelessly.
Here is the screenshot of the time the plane was at 31000 feet cruising above Oregon I believe at the time. The CoPilot receiver picks up the satellites signals just fine from the window and at high speed.