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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Activate the TeleType GPS program
2. Select Tools>GPS Status>Status.
3. Look closely at the GPS output that is displayed in the View Status menu. Data should be flowing even when the GPS receiver has not locked in the position.
The data string that begins:
GPGSV... is "bad data" because the receiver has not locked into the satellites.
GPGSA... is "good data" indicating that the receiver has locked into the satellites. Remember - "A-Okay"
4. Once the data is flowing, go outside away from buildings, select the Satellites tab (Tools>GPS Status>Satellites), and watch the satellite signal strength
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
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