[time-nuts] GALILEO online: any changes seen?
tshoppa at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 13:54:25 EST 2016
David, several of your satellite count graphs show a slow upward trend
throughout this calendar year, with a bump up for the month of October,
falling back down for part of November, then another step up at the
beginning of December.
This is particularly clear on the graph labeled "u-blox MAX-M8Q" on
"RasPi-10", showing a sharp uptick since December 1.
Could this be Galileo or hard to say?
Or maybe just leaves falling off of the trees? :-)
On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 10:43 AM, David J Taylor <
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> the GALILEO system is supposed to go online today (at least for initial
> operational capability). Does anybody of you has a GALILEO compatible
> receiver and sees already a difference?
> Best regards,
> I'm not sure whether the signals were turned on today, or whether they
> have been there for some time but just in a pre-operational status.
> I think all my receivers which /might/ be able to get Galileo need an
> update, and I've not seen any change in the number of satellites
> potentially visible according to gpsd, at least:
> I heard that for some receivers, it was a choice of Galileo or
> GPS/GLONASS. I would be helpful if a list of Galileo receivers were
> available. I did one mobile phone which offered Galileo - but "in a future
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