+The Targett Family Posted March 2, 2003 Share Posted March 2, 2003 There was a thread the other day saying that cloud coverage wont interfere with a gps signal. I have recently found out that this is not quite the case. If the clouds are rain clouds then they will, and the more water they are holding the denser the cloud. This means a weaker signal getting through. Is this true? My readings also seem to get a little scudded if I’m near electricity pylons, is this just me or can they have an effect? Is their any thing else that can affect the gps signal I should know? I know about Trees and being indoors The Targett Family Quote Link to comment
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