hatman wrote:OK - this is interesting. I read the post you referred to and am a bit more clear how this works now.
Here is an interesting scenario though: We live in Michigan, while driving on I-75 crossing the border from Kentucky to Ohio my wife snapped a photo of the "Welcome to Ohio" overhead road sign. So from the border of KY and OH to our home it takes about 4.5 hours (without stops). When uploadign the images at home the geo tag for that image is our home AP.
If I understand this correctly the 60 +/- window into the "future" counts only while the camera is on - is this how it works?
hatman wrote:Yeah - be my own mobile AP No, sure did not.
My question is though whether the 60 minutes are counted during the "on" time vs. the actual time passed.
For example The card got an AP fix at 4:20PM, stayed on for 5 minutes there after (did not get a new AP fix), was turned off, then 20 minutes later was turned on again, stayed on another 5 minutes (did not get a new AP fix), was turned off, then 35 later was turned on again for 5 minutes (did not get a new AP fix).
In the above scenario, when did the previsous AP fix expire:
1. On or around 5:20PM
2. Has not yet expired because the "on" time total is only 15 minutes
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