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Posted by:dragorn
Subject:Structure of GPSXML file?
Date:13:53:41 14/08/2012

> Hello,
> please can anyone explain the structure of the GPSXML file? The links to the DTD files doesn't seem to work. Most of it is pretty self-explanatory, expect for the lines that look like:
>
> <gps-point bssid="GP:SD:TR:AC:KL:OG" time-sec="1344616957" time-usec="918047" lat=.../>
>
> What do these represent? Also, I assume the 'time-sec' and 'time-usec' is the time in seconds since 1/1/1970 & the usec is the micro seconds.
>
> What does the 'fix' marker represent?

gpsdtracklog is the record of position independent of packets (ie driving path).

Fix is 0, 2, or 3 for none, 2d, 3d.

-m


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