[aprssig] findu.com Location off by 100 miles.

Steve Dimse steve at dimse.com
Mon Jun 5 16:28:00 CDT 2006

On Jun 5, 2006, at 11:00 AM, Robert Bruninga wrote:

> Ah, but again that interpretation is not interpreting the sender's
> intent.  Position ambiguity means the sender is only sure of his
> position to some level of accuracy.  If he uses 1 mile ambiguity
> then it does not make sense to try to force precise "edges" of that
> unknown quantity to something too precise.

In this day and age this is a ridiculous statement. It is  
particularly true with D7/00 poitions which are deliberately de- 

Steve K4HG

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