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Atex Radio GPS Error with Site Survey

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Jun 8, 2020
Hi Everyone,

Kindly I've recently downloaded the Site Survey software and been testing it with a Standard DP4601e and an Atex DP4801 Ex radios.

I'm able to check the RSSI level normally with both of them, but the GPS coordinates can only be received with the standard radio, and with the Atex radio, it is showing an error that there is no GPS signal.

I've enabled the GPS the same way on both of them with the CPS2 software, but with the Atex radio I'm not able to get the coordinates even outdoor.

What could be the issue, is Atex GPS receiver weak? or should I change something special in the configuration?

Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you!

Best Regards
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