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    Re: Fluxgate compass /benefits of 3 axis
    From: Jared Sherman
    Date: 2002 Feb 1, 12:42 -0500

    George-
     
     I confess to having no experience designing inertial navigation systems, for 
    aircraft, submarines, or flying cars. (They did promise us flying cars!)
     I don't see why a device measuring acceleration due to gravity could not be 
    used to filter out--and thus remove--the effects of rough weather. It would 
    seem that if the "sea state gravity" effects can be registered on the 
    accelerometer chips, they can be subtracted from the overall effects in the 
    fluxgate sensors, producing a net fluxgate reading without the rough weather 
    effects.
     What am I not seeing here?
    
    
    

       
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