Lets you get GPS corrections over IP
On a stationary GPS without a differential correction signal, you should see a 20 meter average radius "random walk" pattern. On the same receiver with DGPS corrections and a good view of the sky, the error should be reduced to approx. 2 meters average radius.
released on 14 August 2004
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