[OSM-talk] Defective GPS trace
igor.brejc at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 20:39:17 GMT 2010
You can also use Oregon's Waypoint Averaging function to make more accurate
positioning of waypoints. But you need to do this at different times (say on
you next hiking trip when you cross the same waypoint) for this to be really
effective. With couple of accurate waypoints it is easier to detect track
On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 9:18 PM, Michael Hufer <michael.hufer at gmx.de> wrote:
> On the Oregon 550(t) you will find the satellite almanac-screen if you
> the "five-bars" satellite reception indicator.
> Micha H.
> > On Sat, 2 Jan 2010, Craig Wallace wrote:
> > > You can check the satellite screen on the Garmin. It should show an
> > > estimated position accuracy.
> > > Also, you can look at which satellites its receiving. If its locked on
> > > to a reasonable number of satellites in a decent spread across the sky,
> > > you can be fairly confident in its accuracy.
> > The Oregon 550 lacks a pictorial representation of the almanac, and only
> > has five bars telling you whether it thinks it has good PDOP or not.
> > Or it might, but as I've had mine 8 days , the same as Steve has, and it
> > in a menu I haven't found yet ;)
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