shawn at odyssey.cm.nu
Wed Jun 20 12:25:02 BST 2007
The battery life on my receiver does seem to be pretty much 17 hours.
On Wed, 20 Jun 2007, Michael O. Hanson wrote:
> Mr. Upshaw, do you mean a Royaltec RBT-2110? If so, that is a pretty good
> receiver in my opinion. I sent Rob Melchers a log from this receiver. It
> picks up direction changes well. Its battery life is listed as seventeen
> hours. I don't know if that is accurate.
> It can take a few minutes to acquire a signal in my experience, when carried
> in a pants pocket. Once it gets a signal, it generally does not lose it. I
> also like the on-off switch, as opposed to a butten. The cost of about $90
> is close to what I paid for mine (within a dollar or two), excluding
> You will probably not bite off more than you can shoo. There is no software
> configuration involved with this receiver. All you need to do is pare this
> receiver with Loadstone. You can do that under "GPS" in Loadstone's menue.
> That is not dificult. For best results, do not pare this receiver with a
> cell phone in my experience.
> Mike Hanson
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