niel wrote: »
there's plenty of military receivers, but they are at a premium cost due not just to specs, but due to abuses seen while pressed into combat service. most commercial radios wouldn't last long under the same circumstances, but i can see the government or even the military itself stooping to cutting corners by going this route of commercial stuff.
kadesmith wrote: »
Google earth is probably more accurate than your offroading GPS even if the aerial photo is a 2 meter aerial. You're GPS is typically accurate to within 15 meters. I don't know where you got the idea that they put an intentional % of error in Google. It's kind of hard to put an intentional error in an aerial photo. However, there is an intentional % of error in your off-road GPS that the gov't puts in satellites and varies from time to time so that recreational GPS units cannot be used for much more than that, recreation.