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Found it fogg found EGNOS & WAAS & Garmin (Locked)

Tuesday, June 8, 2004

N 47° 57.697 E 007° 45.987

I went on a locationless cache tour today and "found" a number of reverse caches. One of the hardest one turned to be out this one. It is very difficult to make a photo of the SporTrak Color display because of its reflective display. In the end I succeeded and you can see that the SporTrak has locked one of the WAAS (actually EGNOS) satellites and that it computes its average based on WAAS.

The red w is a WAAS/EGNOS satellite

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The red w is a WAAS/EGNOS satellite log image The red w is a WAAS/EGNOS satellite

Average is computed based on WAAS log image Average is computed based on WAAS

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