(Halichoerus grypus )
Big Fin - 39390
39390 Date : 20.05.06 15:33:42 LC : 0 IQ : 50
Lat1 : 40.748N Lon1 : 72.046W|
39390 Date : 20.05.06 19:24:15 LC : A IQ : 08 Lat1 : 40.851N Lon1 : 72.460W
39390 Date : 20.05.06 21:03:52 LC : 1 IQ : 68 Lat1 : 40.831N Lon1 : 72.480W
39390 Date : 24.05.06 10:48:57 LC : 2 IQ : 50 Lat1 : 40.776N Lon1 : 72.462W
Date (dd.mm.yy): 22.08.96 23:06:55 Time (hr:min:sec)(in GMT), LC (fix quality)
LC just stands for Location Class. Location Classes of 0 and up are the best (derived from 4 or more messages)- a Class 0 is good to within between 1,000 and 5,000 meters. Classes 1,2,3- get consistently more accurate. The letter classes are given no estimate of error, but the A's are better than the B's etc. It appears that some of the letter class locations are pretty good (i.e. several fixes over a short period are quite similar), but then others vary wildly- especially the longitude.
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