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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by gfredrone, Feb 21, 2014.
I've had 11 as my max. Has anyone had more?
17- out here in the country - central Oregon. I think its the clean air.
AVB must have been HIGH! :lol:
I've noticed I get more with altitude.
At ground level or at altitude?
The extra satellites will be part of the Glonass system (Russian).
Well, my eyesight is not the best, but I use glasses when I fly. Maybe, coulda been 12....
MMC for Oregon
15 (when I was ~4000 feet up)
Here in Northern California I average 9 or 10 on the ground and 10-12 @ +200'. The Russian GPS system is not available to receivers here in the US. Normally the max number of satellites above the horizon at any given time is 12. Some are so low as to be blocked by mountains, hills or buildings. The Phantom will maintain lock with at least 6, less than 6 six for 20 seconds and it will auto land. Your GPS mapping device only needs 2 or 3 to be accurate as it also used dead reckoning referenced to turns you make so it can correct on the fly.
Really? I've never had that happen, but I understood the result would be that the NAZA switched itself to regular Atti mode.
Cannot understand why your P2V can not receive Glonass, surely DJI do not make different Phantom models for the US.