Ran it for around 7 hours and 300 kms today on my N82.
Changed between track(SS stages) and performance testing every now and then.
Seems like a good and stable version.
The only problem I had was when I switched from one SS to another SS it couldn't restart the gps.
But this only happened once and its not sure it have anything to do with your program.
I couldn't notice much, if any quality difference between the integrated gps in my N82, vs what I have logged before with my Tomtom Sirif3 BT receiver.
The line it draw didn't differ from the old ones, and the color of the satellites looked the same.
I've had such problem twice that satellites show in colors on the satellites display, but does not ever get a lock. Pause + Resume helps. Was your problem similar? Let me know if you see this problem again.
Pause and resume didnt help, had to stop and restart the program.
Will let you know if I see it again but I don't think so, guess it was just normal computer stuff
However I have had one problem: Once when I was using Nokia Navigator (Route66) SW at the same time as RaceChrono and exited Route66 the phone loses satellites and I needed to reboot my phone to get GPS working again (tried to reopen Route66 and RaceChrono many times and waited ~5minutes). This happened only once and I have not been able to reproduce the problem after that -> might be phone/Route66 related "feature" or I just simply lost satellites (it was quite cloudy day).
Some proposal for improvement:
1. After opening New Session with "old track" it would be nice to see track profile.
2. "A Ghost Car" feature would be also quite nice. E.g. current lap compared to best lap time and you could see also ghost car from the map view.
I probably will not take action on the infrequent problems before releasing the v0.90 version, as it would take long time to reproduce, and root cause could still be some other software, or the OS. I hope it's not frequent enough to annoy the users :-)
About those proposals, would that ghost car feature involve some kind of replay function?
I will continue this thread when I get some comparisons done on this. I plan to compare a professional 10hz GPS, Qstarz 5 hz GPS, SirfStarIII and N95 internal on season first track day in few weeks. Maybe the N95 will fare better than I originally thought, at least when the AGPS is enabled.
I can also send you my friends 6110 session later when I get it.
According to most sources, the slider position does not affect 6110 GPS reception. Too bad I don't have N82 or 6110 available for my tests, it would be interesting to see the difference.
From what they say, and what I have read on the internet from guys that have had a N95, and switched to or tried 6110 and N82, it seems like it must be some difference there. Don't know if it can have something to do with the placement of the antenna? When I tried to turn my BT GPS upside down, in my screen mount it looked like the sat quality got worse. Sound strange but it sure did look like it?