All I'm saying is that they retain their last - as they should obviously do.
If there is no last, then it is a virgin boot.
Those without novols suffer virgin boots. I consider that that a poor design.
(I always have, but for Pete's sake - what's the excuse these days? It's simple and cheap. Gone are the days of DALLAS with their battery-backed RAM - or should be!! :rolleyes: )
PS - I guess mine is doing the impossible - both of them (LOL). Not that I've had a hibernation-wake after more than several days over more than a few hundred miles....
A cold boot takes it thru the OS and menu selection (book, music, video or map/navigation). But even then, minutes? Nah!
And not that I've dealt with GPS sats for a while - not since they became legal - er, public...., but I always considered sat locating to take (sub-?) seconds - sampling or interrogation wasn't required. (Big "defense" issues if not so!)
Just out of curiosity, how is this information in any way helpful to the OP?
How would I know?
I don't have the same problem. That's all.
The rest is suggestive, responsive, else countering things like re-transmitters.
But being a hindrance, I'm outahere
Yeah, you remind me of the obnoxios drunk at the bar that everyone ignores hoping he'll leave, but I'm sure you mean well. :buddy:
Last time I got a comment like that was some old guy that reckoned he was experienced.... LOL! He didn't understand basic circuit theory. He even suggested caps on PWM outputs.
Like an obnoxious drunk, I wish he did ignore me - the OP's thread would have been much shorter. :)
I got this BU353 like the OP and exhibit the same problem...But some boots, I never get a lock....
So my question is...Is there a gps receiver that doesn't exhibit this bs?