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Link Doesn't Work

That link isn't working, at least not when I checked.

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SnookMook wrote:

That link isn't working, at least not when I checked.

It's working for me

Working

Working for me too.
Good site.

Fred

Works Great

No problem with the link for me

Worked for me

Not a bad website.

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Worked for me

Thanks for the link.

Works Fine for Me

Great link to use for reference.

Thanks for posting!

Thanks ...

Link working for me.

Great find grin

Thanks!!

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Tin Foil

I clicked on the link and it took me to the site.

I guess I'm on another government watchlist now. grin

Nice

Looks good.

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Worked for Me Too...

Thanks for the info.

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RKF (Bethesda, MD) Garmin Nuvi 660, 360 & Street Pilot

Interesting.

Good info. Here's another web site. It determines number of satellites overhead at any time/anywhere, as well as the quality of the position estimate.

http://satpredictor.navcomtech.com

It's especially important for us quadcopter users.

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Tuckahoe Mike - Nuvi 3490LMT, Nuvi 260W, iPhone X, Mazda MX-5 Nav

GPS Essentials

For GPS information I use GPS Essentials on my Android phone.

It gives you mapping of the satellites and which ones you are connected to along with many other useful GPS tools including both terrain and Google maps, tracking, a heads up display using your camera, a custom dashboard where you choose what you want to see and many other tools.

I think it's mainly designed for hiking but it has a lot of interesting tools and it's free. Unfortunately I don't think it's available for the iPhone or Windows phone.

http://www.gpsessentials.com/

Click on their Videos button and it will take you to their you-tube videos which show some of what it can do.

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Interesting link, thanks for

Interesting link, thanks for the info

Thanks

I have bookmarked both of those sites as potentially useful.

- Tom -

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thanks

for the link

Very cool website

Very cool website, nats; thanks for sharing it. I especially like the webpage within for reporting inaccurate map data, not that the mapmakers will necessarily listen to us there any more than they do when errors are reported to Garmin or Tom Tom, lol.

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Nice

Thanks

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Excellent links

Thanks smile

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Thanks for sharing!

Thanks for sharing!

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Checked Back

I checked back in on this and the link is working for me now. Thanks!

that's cool

Tuckahoemike wrote:

Good info. Here's another web site. It determines number of satellites overhead at any time/anywhere, as well as the quality of the position estimate.

http://satpredictor.navcomtech.com

It's especially important for us quadcopter users.

Thanks for that link - it's interesting to see how many sats are or will be available at any given time.