[Loadstone] gps internal has good news

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Mon Apr 12 23:36:28 BST 2010


This isn't the case at all. Loadstone will save the last position found (and 
always has) but this has nothing to do with the gps receiver. Especially in 
the case of the internal receiver, there's no way to tell it anything even 
if we wanted to.

On Mon, 12 Apr 2010, Dave Carlson wrote:

> It may acquire sooner on your next foray. This is because lodestone now
> knows the last position found. Loadstone will now start looking from that
> position and it's easier to find a minimum constellation of satellites.
>
>
> Dave
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> Subject: [Loadstone] gps internal has good news
>
>
> well, i went outside and stood on the stair landing and held the phone
> out over the railing so it could see the open sky. it took just over 5
> minutes to acquire a signal of any sort.
> this i because the demo of talks i have to use at the moment only runs
> for 10 minutes.
> i wanal to the phone.sn't clear if the term 'no signal' meant it didn't
> have data from the sattellites or that the gps recievfer wasn't sending
> a sigs just a bit long
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