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GPS is not accurate enough . There will be like a +- 5 ft error. You need sensors accurate to like an inch.
You can get GPS accurate to within about 2 inches
QuoteYou can get GPS accurate to within about 2 inchesyou mean feet?
but it said they use "the Russian Glonass range of satellites as secondary observations"
Do something like this
QuoteDo something like thisso uhhhh . . . how do they cut the grass where the wires are implanted into the ground?
Quote from: Admin on August 27, 2008, 10:38:00 AMQuoteDo something like thisso uhhhh . . . how do they cut the grass where the wires are implanted into the ground?they don't thats the point . I think if they use a Hall Effect sensor they will know when they are in proximity with the electrified wire. The wire acts as a "force field"