Question about Navigon 2200T GPS Receiver
GPS takes (Navigon 2200T) takes a very long time to receive signal from satellite after the destination data is stored. GPS works okay in "demo" mode only, but not in "real time" situations. GPS unit is mounted on the dashboard when attempting to receive satellite signal. I live in a residential/commercial neighborhood that have both cell phone relay towers and telephone poles. Would electrical inteferences be my problem... if so what is my solution?
You probably are just in a bad location where satellites are not reachable. All these units work from the same satellites and recieve them the same so it wouldn't matter what brand you have. I highly doubt that the powerlines and cell towers are effecting the transmission.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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