Question about VDO Dayton MS5000 GPS Receiver
On occasions the GPS positioning goes out by up to 100 yards often assuming I am on the wrong road. System then resets itself and works as normal. This happens on a regular basis. Is there a way to re-calibrate the GPS position to prevent this happening again ? Please help
GPS is prone to location errors caused by terrain or buildings but this is quite a large error!
It could be that you are not receiving enough satellites and you may need an external antenna on your car or reposition the receiver.
You should be getting at least 5 satellites with a good signal to get an accurate position
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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