Question about Garmin GPS
Depends on the number of satellites each GPS is viewing at the time so if you are holding the device your body will be shielding a number of satellites from the device and this may be different depending which direction you are looking in. The other thing is that 10m/40ft is about the best accuracy you can get from a standard GPS. If you want better accuracy you need a surveying GPS with a Differential GPS receiver
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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