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    Re: NavList in the thin air
    From: Gary LaPook
    Date: 2013 Jan 15, 03:01 -0800

    I always hold my gps next to the window. Often I place in in the window and pull the shade down to hold it in place.

    gl

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    The interface looks like "GPS Test" from ChartCross Limited. I have it on my Android phone.

    I tried to use it in-flight once, but got reception from zero satellites. It was not GPS Test at fault, rather it was either my phones' GPS receiver or my seat on the plane. Could not get a satellite or a positional fix.

    At 18000 feet, I rather doubt Frank held his hand out the window ;-) Frank, did you hold the phone against the window?

    Brad
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