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    Nicholas
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    Hi there,

    I am successfully running a LTE module and I am using the GPS function too. It runs well (after tweaking it with some AT commands) and I am even updating it with the xtra data (see AT manual) regularly.
    But I think the position fix is quite volatile as the NMEA data jumps a little around lat and lon by +/- 0.000005. My external GPS antenna has a clear sky view.
    I have seen on some other GPS shields a feature to only provide position updates if a certain threshold has been reached.
    Is there a similar function with the sixfab GPS or how can I achieve a more stable readout?

    Thank you

    Nicholas

    [EDIT]
    It seems that the module IS accurate. But are there any additional/hidden AT commands?

    • This topic was modified 3 months ago by  Nicholas. Reason: internal problem found
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    ensar
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    The manufacturer of the module, Quectel can provide you with detailed information about this.

    https://www.quectel.com/support/

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