[Loadstone] Almanac data
shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Oct 20 07:54:25 BST 2011
This may be true but it amounts to the same thing. The agps used when the
receiver is turned on is probably just downloading the data for that day or
a shorter period. If we could do that then we could probably do the weeks
worth of data as well. The information just doesn't seem to be out there for
On Thu, 20 Oct 2011, Ari Moisio wrote:
> There are two types of AGPS: one that is downloaded on realtime when the
> receiver is turned on and another that is downloaded to the receire and
> stays valid about a week or so.
> If the latter one could be made totally automated; ie user only plugs the
> receiver to the usb port and it will update the almanac automatically it
> would be useful.
> I haven't found that extra minute to wait for a gps fix any major issue.
> mr. M01510 & guide Loadstone-GPS
> hkp://wwwkeys.pgp.net B784D020
> 0C1F 6A76 DC9D DD58 3383 8B5D 0E76 9600 B784 D02
> On Thu, 20 Oct 2011, S. Massy wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 05:11:35AM -0700, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
>>> This would be nice to have. What I'd like to have is a way to
>>> download the data and then send it to the receiver. Unfortunately I
>>> haven't been able to find any information on doing this. It can be
>>> done, but we'd have to know where to get the data and how to send it
>>> to the receiver.
>> As far as I know this kind of functionality is relegated to closed,
>> obscure bits of protocol peculiar to each receiver, so that, even if it
>> could be done, loadstone would have to implement receiver-specific ways
>> of exchanging this data.
>> At least my personal experience with my Qstarz BT818X was that it is
>> supposed to support AGPS but requires specific windows software to
>> upload the data. As I have a Mac dual-booted with Linux, this leaves me
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