[Loadstone] has my receiver gone deaf?
Kerry and Gemma Hoath
kerryandgemma at gotss.net
Sat Jun 30 06:56:57 BST 2007
Kerry and I are using Loadstone 0.65 as we have not got around to upgrading
yet. He uses a Sedio 2010 and rarely gets the clock stopped ticking message.
When I use my globalsat, I either get clock stopped ticking or not connected
if I don't query loadstone for a few minutes.
I get around this by having a list of checkpoints with auto announce active
so that the GPS has something to do, or at least push an arrow key every
minute or so. Otherwise, it would seem that the globalsat goes to sleep and
Loadstone doesn't get sufficient information from the GPS.
Neither of us have a pairing profile with the GPS units and we are not using
any other bluetooth devices. This is with Nokia N70.
Kerry and Gemma Hoath
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mikolaj Rotnicki" <mikolaj-rotnicki at o2.pl>
To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 6:49 AM
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] has my receiver gone deaf?
> Hello List,
> I had that problem with Wintec WBT-300 (Antaris 4 chipset by ublox) some
> time ago, BUT:
> 1. I was using LS v. 0.66 and 0.67 then.
> 2. It happened even few times a day.
> 3. I didn't experience the same problem with my Nokia LD-3W GPS receiver.
> 4. My vendor replaced my Wintec WBT-300 with a new one.
> 5. Meanwhile (while waiting for replacement) I have learned that it is
> recommended NOT to pair the phone and the receiver.
> 6. I also used it with Nokia HS-54W Bluetooth headset, and it seamed that
> the message appeared more often when using the BT headset. But again - no
> problem with LD-3W.
> And now everything is OK with my WBT-300, even when using with BT headset!
> But I am not sure if it is because I got a new receiver or I do not pair
> I would rather say that it is the pairing that causes the problem.
> I hope my report is useful for the developers.
> Mikolaj Rotnicki
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Shawn Kirkpatrick" <shawn at odyssey.cm.nu>
> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
> Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 11:50 AM
> Subject: Re: [Loadstone] has my receiver gone deaf?
>> I'm curious about this gps clock seems to have stopped ticking problem. I
>> can't reproduce this on any of the hardware we use for developement. Is
>> mainly happening with the globalsat receivers or do people with other
>> receivers have this problem? Also, does it happen if the receiver has a
>> signal or is it only happening after a loss of gps signal? The only thing
>> can think about this is maybe some receivers send data less frequently
>> there's no gps signal. I've never seen this happen but with all the
>> different receivers and firmware versions I guess anything's possible.
>> Maybe the only solution to this problem is to rais the interval of this
>> On Fri, 29 Jun 2007, Brett wrote:
>>> Hi David,
>>> Also if the "GPS clock seems to have stopped ticking" message keeps
>>> occurring, even with the previous version of Loadstone. You may want to
>>> remooving the battery from the receiver for at least 3 hours. this will
>>> cause the receiver to factory reset itself.
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "David Allen" <wd8ldy at xtra.co.nz>
>>> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
>>> Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 7:50 AM
>>> Subject: [Loadstone] has my receiver gone deaf?
>>>> Hi list!
>>>> A couple of days ago, I got the GPS receiver I ordered. It is the
>>>> BT338. After charging it, I found connecting it was easy! Even though I
>>>> inside, I acquired three satelites right away.
>>>> Now, it connects fine when I open Loadstone, but says there is no
>>>> After a few seconds, it says the GPS clock has stopped ticking
>>>> disconnecting. I find even walking outside into the open and
>>>> doesn't help. What's going on?
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