matt.joyce at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 13:52:55 CEST 2008
>> Not really my idea of "quite accurate"!
> It's just initialisation data. More accurate will probably be better, but 20km
> of doesn't sound that bad. It sure is *way* better than not even knowing
> which hemisphere you're in.
> Actually it think just knowing which country your in will make a big
> difference allready. We could consider devising a list of country/location
> data, assuming we can get country information from the GSM network (or the
> SIM card perhaps?). Just adding this to the GPS initialisation might allready
> reduce the time needed to get a fix hugely.
I'm not sure what capacity there is to connect via VPNs, but they could
make a device appear to be in a different hemisphere.
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