[Loadstone] User Range Error
robert.sandberg at sap.com
Mon Dec 3 10:44:50 GMT 2007
So the value I set in the User Range Error setting is the factor by
which the accuracy value from the receiver is multiplied? I still don't
understand of what use this is. Why should I want to multiply the
receiver's output by anything? What's the advantage of altering the
receiver's output to any degree?
By the way, the info that higher values produce more accurate readings
in urban canyons comes from the documentation.
From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com] On Behalf Of Shawn
Sent: 03 December 2007 10:26
To: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] User Range Error
The user range error setting is multiplied by the accuracy value from
gps receiver to give an estimated accuracy in metres. I doubt a higher
would give you better results. You can probably use the default of 8
you know that your receiver does better or worse.
On Mon, 3 Dec 2007, Sandberg, Robert wrote:
> Hi folks!
> I've read the documentation and the article on GPS receivers and I
> don't know what the accuracy setting does.
> I understand that the accuracy of a reading can vary, depending on the
> environment, I.e. open country or inner city. But I don't get what the
> setting in Loadstone has to do with it, or why higher values should
> produce more accurate readings in urban canyons. Can someone put me
> of my misery please?
> Robbie Sandberg
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