A gauge pressure sensor measures a pressure at a port against ambient pressure.
A unidirectional differential pressure sensor measures a pressure at a "high" port against a "low" port.
Is a gauge pressure sensor the same thing as a unidirectional differential pressure sensor (simply using ambient pressure as the "low" side)? Is this just a matter of where your reference point is?
I'm guessing you could turn a differential sensor into a gauge sensor by using ambient as your "low" side. Can you turn a gauge sensor into a differential sensor by using a pressure port rather than ambient?