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  1. Re: How to get location where GPS signal is poor ?

    Make sure Network Positioning is enabled in the settings and that your app is using it.
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    Re: Positioning Methods Priorities

    It all depends on your application.
    The application can use the positioning sources selectively, or use a default proxy source.
    If the default proxy is used then the priorities are:
    0x101FE999...
  3. Re: [split] CellID triangulation (was: Re: Location Based Services Script/Code)

    That's the sort of information network operator are not very happy to share ;)
    I'm afraid you will have to take a walk to all the three base stations:rolleyes:
  4. Thread: GPS vs A-GPS

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    Re: GPS vs A-GPS

    The "A" is the assistance data.
    Standard GPS would download most of the data from GPS satellites, but it takes time (over 30s)and may fail if GPS signal is low. The good thing about it is that you...
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    Re: GPS accuracy (E75)

    In this case I would not expect the accuracy to stay low at all times. Most navigation software does average the positions anyway and "sticks" to the original road even if the quality of the position...
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    Re: Which field in SUPL identifies the message ?

    See OMA-TS-ULP-V1_0-20070615-A.
    Page 12, section 6.1
    Page 32, section 8.1


    Good luck with the decoding.:eek:
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    Re: GPS accuracy (E75)

    Where did do the test. In a city, or outside?
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    Re: GPS Time Synchronization

    Try to get the current UTC time as soon as you receive the location update.
    Compare the UTC time with the update time embedded in TPositionInfo (not the satellite time). It will give you an...
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