hlptrl coordiantes tag

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devenh
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hlptrl coordiantes tag

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What is the difference between the two coordinate tags that appear in each fix (other than one includes the altitude)?

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<fix index="4095">
  <date>17-SEP-17,16:07:13.79</date>
  <coordinate>38.108188,-114.999320,1543.5</coordinate>     <=============
  <speed>220.0</speed>
  <positioning>1,2</positioning>
  <satellites>8</satellites>
  <direction>180.0</direction>
  <hdop>1.10</hdop>
  <accuracy>3.3</accuracy>
  <relativeToStart>83027.6,21:13.59</relativeToStart>
  <acceleration>
    <source>1</source>
    <lateral>-0.01</lateral>
    <lineal>-0.07</lineal>
    <coordinate>38.108188,-114.999326</coordinate>   <==============
  </acceleration>
  <obd>
    <rpm>5693</rpm>
    <speed>215.0</speed>
    <throttle>0.22</throttle>
    <coolant>84.0</coolant>
    <map>0.55</map>
    <iat>18</iat>
  </obd>
</fix>
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Re: hlptrl coordiantes tag

Post by Harry »

The later is the GPS position for the red/yellow/green display of lateral acceleration. You can ignore it or set it to the same value as the "real" position.

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