[Loadstone] royaltek rbt 2110

Kevin Chao g.unit89 at clearwire.net
Sat Jun 23 07:52:27 BST 2007


Well, the Holux M-1000 is using the MTK chipset which has all of the 
benefits of the SirfStar III chipset but has many  improvements. I am 
currently testing out a reciever using hte MTK chipset, but since this 
reciever is still under testing; I cannot mention its name. But, I can say 
that the MTK chipset has fixed the multi-path issue dramatically that was 
faced in using the SIrfStarIII chipsets. The sensativity of the receiver has 
also been greatly improved, it receives waas about 80% of the time, and this 
is a true waas reporting in the US as it is easier to pinpoint locations 
within a 3 meter radius. The MTK chipset also consumes less battery power 
than the SirfStarIII chipsets, this is why the Holux M-1000 is able to 
receive over 17 hours of battery life with a 1000 mAh battery.    If the 
reciever were using an auto on/off feature, the battery life would probably 
reach close to 30 hours


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Cathomas Jürg" <Juerg.Cathomas at sbv-fsa.ch>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2007 12:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] royaltek rbt 2110

> Hi Hasan,
> ; And it is more sensitive than a typical SiRf3 Unit.
> That's interesting. Please let us know whether the real accuracy, not only 
> the theoretical accuracy is better.
> In cities, according to my experience, the problem of unreliable 
> indications due to reflexion is a much bigger problem than the number of 
> satellites.
> Kind regards
> Jürg
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