PHILLIP.BARNETT at ITN.CO.UK
Mon Oct 5 15:38:58 BST 2009
Hmm. I've been happily using it for the past couple of years, on my Garmin Legend Cx. I can get about 2m stated accuracy when it's working.
Though you're right - it's just been officially announced Ready for Use.
And it's not the new Euro GPS system - that's Galileo.
It's an accuracy augmenter (put badly, but you know what I mean)
You need to switch it on in the options - look for something about WAIS or differential GPS. You can tell when it's working as some of the satellite reception bars will have a capital D above them. You'll only have access if you have a clear view of certain geostationary satellites, so it won't always be there.
No - there's no reason you can't use it for OSM.
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From: talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:talk-bounces at openstreetmap.org] On Behalf Of Peter Childs
Sent: 05 October 2009 15:15
Subject: [OSM-talk] EGNOS
I'm sure EGNOS is something else other than the new Euro GPS system,
but I can't for the life of me remember what, something to do with
food and Christmas rings a bell but I can't think what.....
Anyway so EGNOS is now available for use.
So what new things can we do with this new available accuracy, and
which devices are EGNOS compatible.... Oh and is it going to achieve
what they way it will or is it going to be a bit of a flop.
Oh and I spose the best question If I have an EGNOS GPS can I actual
use the data on OSM or is there some copyright stopping me.....
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