[Cumulus] N810 GPS, Qt 4.5.0 test
digidietze at draisberghof.de
Sun Dec 7 09:23:36 CET 2008
Michael Kinsner schrieb:
> The n800 is attractive because of the price, and also because I've read
> many places that the n810 internal GPS is of low quality. Have you
> found the n810 GPS to be sufficient while soaring?
I own a N810 and find the GPS works sufficiently well. It takes a
while occasionally to get the first fix (up to five minutes) but
afterwards it's stable and precise.
I suppose many people just try it in their cars where an external
antenna would be advised; in the plane, with no obstacles around,
it's working flawlessly.
And I can even get a fix in my flat right under the roof.
Axel, I tested your 4.5.0 libs but found the drawing times even a
little slower; for example, zooming in from a defined stage gave an
isoline drawing of 1501 ms with 4.4.1 and 1652 ms with 4.5.0.
Did you do some testing yourself?
Man is the only creature on earth enabled to take a
warm meal while flying! Loriot
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