[Loadstone] [Bulk] Re: a WASS question
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Jul 30 00:02:39 BST 2009
Loadstone can pretty much support reading from any bluetooth receiver that
uses standard nmea sentences. However, each manufacturer seems to have a bad
habit of using different commands for doing different things, at least as
far as the sirf chipset goes. If the receiver uses an mtk chipset then
things should work propperly, it might just be a matter of activating the
right commands. If the receiver uses a different chipset (I think there may
be one or two others out there) then it's anyone's guess as to what the
On Wed, 29 Jul 2009, Jim Noseworthy wrote:
> I was under the impression that Loadstone did support the 737 A+ Wireless GPS
> Am I in error here?
> Thanks much.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Shawn Kirkpatrick"
> <shawn at loadstone-gps.com>
> To: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 28, 2009 7:49 PM
> Subject: [Bulk] Re: [Loadstone] a WASS question
>> The receiver is probably using a command set we don't know. In that case
>> loadstone can't send the propper command to activate waas. Unfortunately
>> manufacturers don't always document the commands they use.
>> On Tue, 28 Jul 2009, Jim Noseworthy wrote:
>>> Hi Folks:
>>> I am using an E71 with Loadstone and a BT A Plus GPS receiver.
>>> Using the Braillenote GPS, I am able to acquire a GPS reading of waas,
>>> three metres, 9 satellites.
>>> Leaving the GPS receiver in the same position, while using Loadstone, I
>>> receive an accuracy of 7.6 metres and a three dementional differential GPS
>>> I am not able to acquire waas. Waas is turned on. However, even if I
>>> turn it off, my readings are exactly the same.
>>> Any help would be appreciated all over the place.
>>> " He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep, to gain what he cannot
>>> lose. "
>>> Jim Elliot,
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