[Loadstone] Help to purchase GPS receiver.
kevinchao89 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 11:05:37 GMT 2009
This isn't a receiver that you mentioned as one you were looking at. But,
this is a receiver recommended and sold through Sendero Group (makers of
best accessible GPS on the market with 4 SDK holders). 50 years combined
experiences in accessible/commercial GPS, 10 years in the market and know
what they are talking about and doing. They bring the iBlue 737A+, which ash
66 channels and great time to first fix and gets WAAS in North America with
great accuracy 90% of the time and EGNOS in Europe other forms of SBAS
around the world and supports AGPS. the AGPS function is great and works
well. If you want great support and a great price and a leather case for the
receiver, get it through Sendeor Group, but for a great price, get it from
> -----Original Message-----
> From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com [mailto:loadstone-
> bounces at loadstone-gps.com] On Behalf Of mahesh.khosla
> Sent: Monday, November 02, 2009 2:38 AM
> To: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
> Subject: [Loadstone] Help to purchase GPS receiver.
> Hello friends.
> I have just started to create osm map for my city.
> I got two GPS receivers from my friend for this purpose and one i want
> purchase for my self.
> Which receiver should i purchase?
> Please give me answers for my questions.
> 1. I have two GPs receivers with 20 channel support, I have seen a GPS
> receiver with 32 channel support and one friend suggested me "QStarz
> 66 Channel Extreme Performance GPS Receiver with AGps" from
> this GPS has 66 channel.
> does channel means more accuracy?
> 2. One GPS i m using this time has data-logging feature.
> all GPS receivers has this feature or not?
> The function "startLogging" in loadstone is the same or not?
> 3. For more accuracy Which is the main thing to notice while buying a
> Give me suggestions.
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