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    Default Reached top Speed of 111 KM/h on my Suzuki GD110

    Assalamu Alaikum friends, as you all know I bought black GD110 few weeks back Alhamdulillah.
    The Suzuki showroom guy said to me Sir 500 KM ke bad aap ney Engine ki cheekhein nikaani hain warna aap ki bike 100 se upar nahi jaye gi.
    I followed his instructions, on Saturday I reached top speed of 93 KM/h in rain. But today I reached top speed of 111 KM/h. I am uploading Screenshot
    Reached top Speed of 111 KMh on my Suzuki GD110 -1279121

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    My dearest brother,
    I am myself Pakistani Alhamdulillah, so I knew this would be coming, koi na koi to shot men keeray zaroor nikalay ga . Becuase this is the only thing we Pakistanis are Best at.
    Brother this shot is taken 3-5 minutes after I stopped bike that is why it says Accurate within 50. meters.
    Secondly aap ko man'na hai to man'no nahi to janay do bhai

    P.S NO OFFENCE INTENDED

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    bhai no body is offended all I gave you was advise... that I really am hope ful from this bike and really want some body to post result of Ulyse Ap. any ways enjoy your self.



    Quote Originally Posted by Unkn0wn_Artist View Post
    My dearest brother,
    I am myself Pakistani Alhamdulillah, so I knew this would be coming, koi na koi to shot men keeray zaroor nikalay ga . Becuase this is the only thing we Pakistanis are Best at.
    Brother this shot is taken 3-5 minutes after I stopped bike that is why it says Accurate within 50. meters.
    Secondly aap ko man'na hai to man'no nahi to janay do bhai

    P.S NO OFFENCE INTENDED
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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    Guys Glad to see some one working in this area... I dont understand 100% about what you guys are explaining but from user prespective my question is Then why there speed test results are wrong when the accuracy goes above 1 meter ? secondly Ulysse Speed Meter App gives better result then Branded fones like Samsung HTC have almost exact reading as in car...

    I mean if you try to explain us technical stuff of GPS we wont understand it much... but user experience is found to be different in Quality Fones with better rating GPS app and which has less accuracry error..


    please shed some light in this regard...
    Bro as far as my knowledge is concern, i agree with gull that it depends on the type of Hardware. Different type of chips used for GPS and AGPS and GLONASS. As is discussed already that PPS GPS used two way frequency at 1GHZ and 2.4GHZ accordingly which helps to get a FIX more quickly and accurately as well. We are working on different type of GPS devices like Garmin for Portable GPS and Numerix and ALAPL devices for fleet tracking , GPS Navigation for Cars which are some different sort of devices.

    Summary is it's hardware dependable, some cell phones comes with GLONASS which are Russian based Satellites and AGPS (ASSISTED GPS helps to get Fast Fix and location accuracy clocked at newest frequency) and some phone comes with both AGPS and GLONASS while some chinese cell phones don't know maybe old devices/chips which were used while ago hence result is no GPS signals and less accuracy as compared to newest chips.

    Basically GPS is purely American satellites while GLONASS is russian and China is also working and testing Beidou Satellites in test progress expected to complete in 2020 worldwide however it's available in china only for test purpose. Currently GPS and GLONASS is being used worldwide.

    In short, in my practical life with GPS, GPS is more accurate as compared to GSM and more user friendly ... There are now devices available which can take Pictures (As camera is installed) which sends pictures and can be conncected with the engine as well for theft security. Day by day GPS is getting more advance and advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkn0wn_Artist View Post
    My dearest brother,
    I am myself Pakistani Alhamdulillah, so I knew this would be coming, koi na koi to shot men keeray zaroor nikalay ga . Becuase this is the only thing we Pakistanis are Best at.
    Brother this shot is taken 3-5 minutes after I stopped bike that is why it says Accurate within 50. meters.
    Secondly aap ko man'na hai to man'no nahi to janay do bhai

    P.S NO OFFENCE INTENDED
    don't mind bro
    i just analyzed what i saw
    we already know that GD is a speedy bike.

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    110 kmph is really an impressive speed . Even the commercial bikes are not able to give this speed.

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    Two words

    drive carefully

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    111 km/hr is quite impressive. but stay safe. we don't have disk brakes in our bikes so we have to be careful at such speeds
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafin619 View Post
    With pillion rider

    Sent from my Desire HD using Tapatalk 2
    now this is very pleasant picture to see excellent performance by GD110

    Unkn0wn_Artist
    Brother it is very well capable of achieving those speeds and its really great performance


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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    So you guys are pros....
    Here is what i posted above, tell me what's wrong in it?????

    "Read the shot, it is saying
    "Accurate to within 50 Meters" Now that's a huge margin of error. So this shot isn't very reliable.
    The result will be reliable only if you have a device capable of GPS lock down to 1 meter or so accuracy.
    the less the accuracy, the less reliable result would be.

    For example check the following Ulysse Speedometer app shot
    You can see in the green circle, it is locked down to 1 meter and one can say that this shot would be pretty much reliable."



    sorry for my delayed response, got busy with hull inspection,
    anyways here what i meant and i hope i clarify the gps thing with u all


    The United States NAVSTAR Global Positioning
    System (GPS) is a GNSS developed originally for
    military purposes by the United States. It is now
    extensively used in the non-military environment, and
    particularly by mariners for navigational purposes. It
    comprises a constellation of between 24 and
    32 satellites that transmit precise signals which allow
    GPS receivers to determine their current location, the
    time and their velocity. Its official name is NAVSTAR
    GPS.
    Obtaining a position

    A GPS position fix is obtained by measuring the
    ranges from a series of selected satellites to a
    receiver. Ranges are determined by measuring the
    propagation time of the satellite data transmissions.
    However, it is not possible to precisely synchronise the
    satellite and receiver clocks, the ranges measured are
    not true ranges, but are termed "pseudoranges" since
    they contain a receiver clock offset error. In order to
    achieve a two-dimensional (2D) fix on the Earth's
    surface at least three "pseudoranges" must be
    obtained; the receiver microprocessor can then resolve
    the three range equations to remove the effects of
    receiver clock offset error. Similarly four
    "pseudoranges" would be required to obtain a 3D fix.
    2 Each satellite transmits data on two frequencies in
    the L-band; L 1 = 1575-42 MHz and L2
    1227 ?60 MHz. Both frequencies are integer multiples of
    the basic 10?23 MHz clock frequency. Dual-channel
    receivers are able to use both frequencies to correct
    for the effects of ionospheric refraction. Data
    transmitted on the L 1 and L2 frequencies is encoded
    by a Pseudo Random Noise (PRN) modulation. A new
    L5 frequency (1176-45 MHz) will benefit civilian? users,
    providing better quality range measurements and
    improving the tracking performance of the receiver.

    Accuracy


    GPS provides two levels of positioning capability;
    the Precise Positioning Service (PPS) and the
    Standard Positioning Service (SPS). The PPS is
    derived from the Precise (P) code whilst the SPS is
    derived from the Coarse Acquisition (CIA) code. The P
    code which is primarily for military use is transmitted
    on the L 1 and L2 frequencies. The CIA code is
    transmitted on the L 1 frequency only at present but in
    the future will also be transmitted on the L2 frequency
    to provide the second civil signal. In order to protect
    the military use of the L 1 and L2 signalS, the Y code
    has been developed to be spectrally separate from the
    CIA code. The Y code is an improvement on the P
    code, broadcasting on a regional basis.
    The accuracy quoted in SPS mode is conservatively
    estimated at 95% (20 m) for a user equipped with a
    typical single-frequency receiver. Differential GPS
    (11.41) has been developed to improve the accuracy
    of a determined position.


    this is a professional gps/dgps device made by JRC, i took this shot today. and here where it is used.
    do u think we use the gps we are using is equipped with PPS code receiver?.
    If any 1 think like that than keep thinking because it is not.

    btw i am a pro yesterday competed 20 years in this field .
    sailing as a master on this vessel.

    take care and kind regards
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    My phone is supported by AGPS/ Glonass
    People with high ego and unnecessary attitude deserves the standing ovation of the tallest finger..

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    the reason behind gnss is to end relaying on gps which can be shut down without any reason by usa if they like to do that, where as gnss is purely for commercial purpose.


    Quote Originally Posted by dmszack View Post
    Same here ... I am working as a GPS Analyst at private firm ... The devices we used are 99% accurate in accuracy , some times it gives GPS error or Fix (Wrong location not the Movement accuracy ) beside that accuracy is the main purpose of GPS devices ... GLONASS ,GPS and GNSS are purely made for the accuracy ... Some times the GSM gives big errors but not GPS.

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    The most important thing for a GPS Speedometer/Lap timers is their log speed in Hz.

    A good one is 5Hz or above for accurate readings which means a GPS device with 5Hz refresh rate will log up to 5 times per second providing the most accurate measurement of track, speed, and distance.

    Most of the smart phones have a refresh rate less than 1Hz (hardware) but are programmed to 1 reading in 2 secs or 1 reading in 5 secs just to save battery power.

    There's an app on Google Play called GPS Refresh Rate Meter which tells you the refresh rate of your device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archon2001 View Post
    do u think we use the gps we are using is equipped with PPS code receiver?.
    If any 1 think like that than keep thinking because it is not.
    I tried to check how accurate my mobile actually is.
    Opened the app, gave it good time to lock on to GPS till it showed the accuracy of 1 meter. Left the app running and opened Google Maps, turned to satellite mode and zoomed in to maximum level. And dang, it was good 5 meters wrong from my actual standing position.





    Quote Originally Posted by mAYH3M View Post
    Most of the smart phones have a refresh rate less than 1Hz (hardware) but are programmed to 1 reading in 2 secs or 1 reading in 5 secs just to save battery power.
    thanks for the info
    I guess one better maintain speed for more than 10 seconds in order to make sure that it is logged by mobile

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    brother drive carefully

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    RIDE SAFE

    testing max speed shld not be made an acheievement.
    1 irresponsible second can have Huge impact on life
    think of ur family all of our friends
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    Our roads are not suited for this type of speed
    There is a good chance that a rairi wala or dadi ama might have appeared form nowhere in the middle old the road
    In USA bikes which have a displacement of 150cc or above are allowed on the freeway but here the motorway guys are really pathetic
    A least 150cc bikes should be allowed on the motorway but with the condition that the rider is wearing proper gear and helmet

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    Our roads are not suited for this type of speed
    There is a good chance that a rairi wala or dadi ama might have appeared form nowhere in the middle of the road
    In USA bikes which have a displacement of 150cc or above are allowed on the freeway but here the motorway guys are really pathetic
    A least 150cc bikes should be allowed on the motorway but with the condition that the rider is wearing proper gear and helmet

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    Salam brother i am from gujrat and i hv been using gd 110 since ramzan and now reached at 6000km. My bike always start missing at 80-85 km/h and never goes beyond 90km/h and mileage is another an issue..i have checked and adjust settings but same results now i am thinking of to buy honda pridor if you have any solution then please let me know i love this bike i dont use pakwheels plz send me your contact no in private msg i'll call you Waiting for ur reply

    Quote Originally Posted by Unkn0wn_Artist View Post
    Assalamu Alaikum friends, as you all know I bought black GD110 few weeks back Alhamdulillah.
    The Suzuki showroom guy said to me Sir 500 KM ke bad aap ney Engine ki cheekhein nikaani hain warna aap ki bike 100 se upar nahi jaye gi.
    I followed his instructions, on Saturday I reached top speed of 93 KM/h in rain. But today I reached top speed of 111 KM/h. I am uploading Screenshot
    Reached top Speed of 111 KMh on my Suzuki GD110 -1279121

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    Quote Originally Posted by imranabid4301 View Post
    Salam brother i am from gujrat and i hv been using gd 110 since ramzan and now reached at 6000km. My bike always start missing at 80-85 km/h and never goes beyond 90km/h and mileage is another an issue..i have checked and adjust settings but same results now i am thinking of to buy honda pridor if you have any solution then please let me know i love this bike i dont use pakwheels plz send me your contact no in private msg i'll call you Waiting for ur reply

    G janab abhi mein in bahi k baray mein sooch rha tha k aik banda 80 ko touch kar pata hai aur aik 110 strange difference so please help him in finding out how he can reach that limit . and using hi fi technology for speed checking com'on its not harley davidson but just a 10 bhp bike

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    Today had a chance of 2 km race with a GD-110..It is trul fast..The bike overtook me in the 3rd and 4rt shift and kept on increasing the distance..It indeed is a fast bike but it has a 16 cc advantage so cant compare..Now we got 2 bikes in 110 cc class raider and GD..

    Theoretically GD should do 95-100 km/hr max without redlining..
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