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Re: Gpsmon and "FAA" value

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: Gpsmon and "FAA" value
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2021 13:07:04 -0800

Yo scorpion7!

On Thu, 18 Nov 2021 15:42:38 -0500
scorpion7 <> wrote:

>       Was trying to find documentation that clearly stated the
> difference between "FAA: A", "FAA: D", etc.  What is the meaning of a
> given value for "FAA" is the gpsmon tool?  Anyone happen to know?

Good luck with that.  You can buy the standard here:

Since few of the GNSS receivers actually follow a version of the standard,
that is just the start of your quest.

As best as we can tell:

    FAA Mode Indicator A = Autonomous mode D = Differential Mode E =
    Estimated (dead-reckoning) mode F = RTK Float mode M = Manual Input Mode
    N = Data Not Valid P = Precise (4.00 and later) R = RTK Integer mode S =
    Simulated Mode

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