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Old 01-21-2008, 09:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I tried it out alot this weekend. My big issue is that it seems like if an incoming call came along, then the tracking would stop. What other experiences or tips do people have.

I do like the web interface.

I am not sure what the options for measurement mean? SI, BS, NS?

What do these mean?
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. . . I am not sure what the options for measurement mean? SI, BS, NS?

What do these mean?
I'm guessing metric and "english" units, where the BS and NS are british and american. Going now to look up and see if I'm right.

EDIT: I figured the SI was obviously System Internationale and went looking for BS and NS, thinking BS might be something like British System. But no luck finding definitions of BS and NS in this context.
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Can people post their experiences on the tracks stopping. Also I noticed some key data wasn't downloaded.

Altitude (average): n/a
Altitude (max): n/a
Speed (average): n/a
Speed (max): n/a


So I am not sure this is working so well. Maybe back to bbtracker, but I really want total altitude the most.
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Hello!

SI is a Metric system (international system)
BS - British System (miles, yards, etc.)
NS - Nautical System (nautical miles)

We will rename these definitions in the next update.

Let me draw your attention that the system you select in GPSed mobile application affects only the way your data is displayed on your device.
Tracks are being recorded and placed on the map in Metric system.
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