I am not sure if this is the correct board for placing my question, but so far I have not foulnd any better place:
Does anyone know, what the maximal internal logging frequency in the iBlue 747A+ logger is? The only information that I have found so far was for the QStarz BT-Q1000x - which is supposed be be identical build than the iBlue:
My Travel Recorder can not log 5Hz data?
The update rate stands for the rate of GPS refreshing nmea data received from satellites. Thus 5Hz update rate only means GPS can receive or refresh nmea data 5 times per second, and it's irrelevant with 5Hz logging. So far all of Qstarz data loggers are only capable of 5Hz update rate but not 5Hz logging.
However this just tells me, what is NOT possible ... so I wonder if it would be possible to log (internally) more than one record per second with setting (fix freq 0,200s) trigger distance to 1m and speed limit to 18km/h. Because in this example a speed of 10km/h would trigger a fix all 0,36seconds ... I just wonder if this will work with this specific logger (or if you know any other modell that this will work correctly with).
Otherwise I will always have to carry my cell phone with me to do the NMEA logging ... (not sure if the old Nokia 6500C will be fast enough doing this ...)
Thank you already,