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Started by Boyd, June 28, 2010, 11:12:48 AM
Quote'24' refers to the precision of the latitude and longitude coordinates provided for the object. When declaring the location of objects in the world, the highest precision available uses 24 bits of resolution, which resolves to an accuracy of about 2.5 meters. Consumer GPS units have a best-case accuracy of about 8 meters.
QuoteEver see this issue when zoomed in to CN? Data goes from shapefile to .img with curves intact with much higher resolution than 2.5m
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