[ntp:questions] Re: Oncore driver in 4.2.0
hmurray at suespammers.org
Thu Nov 13 09:27:24 UTC 2003
>Right. According to my Oncore User's Guide (June 1998), the
>position-hold mode command (@@At), which can also initiate a
>site survey, is in the UT Oncore models but not in GT Oncore.
>Sorry I don't have any information for the M12 Oncore.
I have some info on the M12. It has a list of commands which
doesn't include the @@At command. There is an @@Gd command
to set the position/altitude hold mode and other commands to
set the position/altitude.
I'm pretty sure you could write your own version of a site
survey routine. Just let it run for a while and collect a
lot of data. You might have to hack the driver to get it.
Anybody know how to analyze that sort of data without getting
tricked by things like asymmetries in the reception due to
nearby buildings on one side and things like that?
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