[time-nuts] Relationship between "fixes" and time duration?
azelio.boriani at screen.it
Sun May 5 11:03:50 EDT 2013
Usually the survey is accomplished by one fix per second so for a 24hour
survey you need 86400 fixes.
About the second question, you'll have to read the manual but I think that
the position hold can be stored to be retained after power cycles. Usually
the survey length can be set.
On Sun, May 5, 2013 at 4:15 PM, James Robbins <jsrobbins at earthlink.net>wrote:
> What is the relationship between the T'Bolt survey "fixes" number (e.g.
> 2000) and number of hours duration of the survey? Is it one "fix" per
> second or something? What number of fixes should be input to accomplish a
> 24 hour or a 48 hour survey?
> Second question: how is the survey duration set on the Jackson-Labs
> "Fury" and can the survey be saved in the Fury if it looses power?
> Many thanks,
> Jim Robbins
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