9182Re: How to deal with GPS drift with OT2?
- Nov 2, 2009Hello,
Thank you to all who replied and for all the suggestions!
Yes, Static Navigation is a feature built-in in SiRF III-based
GPSs and I used SiRFDemo to set it. It is supposed to eliminate
drift. I'll check with SiRF directly if they can advise how
to tune it.
Actually yes, I enabled Track Smoothing too and that didn't help.
I have not raised the satellite signal strenght threshold, this is
next on my checklist.
I set degraded mode and dead reckoning on (I found it really cool
to have a GPS receiver that supports those modes!!!). I'll have
to try with these features turned off.
Anyways I hope a combination of all or some of the suggestions
received on this newsgroup will solve that drift problem!
Thanks to all,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bob Poortinga <bobp+yahoo@...> wrote:
> "Keith VE7GDH" <ve7gdh@...> writes:
> > What do you mean by "Static Navigation"?
> He is probably referring to the "Static Navigation" option that can be
> configured for SiRF III GPSs by using the SiRFdemo software.
> I wonder if Bernard has tried "Track Smoothing" or increasing the acceptable
> minimum signal satellite strength and turning off degraded mode and dead
> Bob Poortinga K9SQL <http://www.linkedin.com/in/bobpoortinga>
> Bloomington, Indiana US
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