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RE: Why GPS Satellite Visibility?

Joe, remember I have no control over the system configuration.
the iDEN switch uses one GPS as far as I know there is not a
way of having parallel units on different sides of the building.

I know that at least one of the site choices should work we just
need to know how long we need to capture samples of satellite
visibility in order to assure it.

Chuck Hast
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having to identify your bits and pieces in the midst of torn and twisted

Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 22:35:28 -0400
From: Joe Leikhim <jleikhim@nettally.com>
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] Why GPS Satellite Visibility?

Why not install two GPS receivers placed apart so that each see a
different part of the sky. Then you would have a joint probability that
one or both would see a satellite. You might find a time base that
offers this sort of capability as a part of a redundant receiver

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