Measuring Distance with Time

Jan H. Hansen
Jan H. Hansen
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More on increasing GPS

Message 13945 in response to message 13944

More on increasing GPS accuracy: Differential GPS. According to these peeps 3-4mm accuracy on roving stations(moving receivers) could be possible, even higher for reference stations(stationary receivers) or if you don't need location real-time.

Not sure I read it correctly though.

So what else needed to be resolved for Dish@Home to become a reality?

Chipper Q
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RE: More on increasing GPS

Message 13946 in response to message 13945

Quote:

More on increasing GPS accuracy: Differential GPS. According to these peeps 3-4mm accuracy on roving stations(moving receivers) could be possible, even higher for reference stations(stationary receivers) or if you don't need location real-time.

Not sure I read it correctly though.

So what else needed to be resolved for Dish@Home to become a reality?


Hi, Jan – Dish@Home now has a thread of its own, if you didn't already notice yet...

barkster
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I've created a monster....

I've created a monster....

"No, I'm not a scientist... but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express."

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