Question about Northstar 951XD GPS Receiver
Wow that is very peculiar. Can you take the GPS out of its dock and try it in different locations? It definitely sounds like interference, that's the only possible explanation since you have tried two units with the same results. Either that or the incredibly unlikely scenario where both units had failing internal antennas.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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DGPS stands for Differential Global Positioning System. DGPS
achieves enhanced accuracy since the reference and user receivers both
experience common errors that can be removed by the user. Position errors less
than 10 meters are typically realized.
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