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    Default nuvi 3790T GPS satellite singnal break???

    Dear Forum Members,

    It occured to me in last month that my nuvi 3790T GPS produced several GPS signal or tracklog writing breaks as illustrated on the attached pictures. While I was driving on a planned route, the satellite signal or tracklog write failed a few times as you see on the attached pictures. I would like to know what your opinion is about this issue. Is it a hardware or firmware related error?

    Hardware: 3790T (HWID: 1101)
    Try v3.60 EU/US FW: same problem
    Try v3.90 EU/US FW: same problem
    Try v2.30 Sg/Mal FW: same problem

    What about other 37xx devices (same problem or no)?


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    MLA60
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    Last edited by MLA60; 27th February 2011 at 19:27.

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    It doesn't look like a lost signal, rather like unnecessary break in track recording. You can turn on hidden tracklog and compare results.
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    May be you have not friendly for GPS signal windshield glass?

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    Hi Giomen,
    Thanks! The satellite signal accuracy are 3-4 meters, when my GPS is bottom from windshield glass.
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    Last edited by MLA60; 27th February 2011 at 09:48.

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    Hi Kanopus,
    Thanks, it is a good idea. I will try it...
    MLA60

 

 

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