thrillho wrote:... Also, I'm not concerned with how accurate this is, I'd just like to be able to implement something similar to GPSMap's range mapping on a windows platform.
King_Ice_Flash wrote:Most of them go by how far away you were when the weakest, then the center is the point of the strongest signal.
DreadedOne509 wrote:Would it be possible to script a triangulation formulae to determine approximate location using signal strength(s1, s2, s3), latitude(t1, t2, t3), longitude (g1, g2, g3), and SNR (r1, r2, r3) ? It may not be exact, but I would think it would more often than not be more accurate than using just one record. If you mapped your route out ahead of time, so as to approach known AP's from different angles (120 degress off from previous optimally). The actual angle could be determined from the Lat/Long point, could get even more accuracy.
streaker69 wrote:Please read/re-read post #7.
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