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Re: cheap GPS
> On Fri, 20 Aug 1999, Alex P. Rudnev wrote: > > > Through I did not see anything to worry about - your GPC may be show you > > the wrong date, but why it can affect the accuracy at all (except some > > short time around the very moment itself). > > > > This is not true. There is things called the catelog and ephemerus, which > are time based and give detailed corrections of the orbital position of Quite agree; any global timing will be wrong and it at least affect the accuracy of positioning. Through it's just another example of the fact that Y2K is not Y-2000 problem at all; it's a problem of the limited clock counters... Let's wait until 2038 or (better) 2106 year -:).