GPS for Speed, was:Wind Speed Formula
David VanHorn email (remove spam text)
> > Do you find the Kestrel products accurate?
>I'm in Australia, I don't know what a Kestrel is!
It's a sort of bird, or a moderately expensive hand-held weather station.
The EOC set us up with Kestrel 3000's which have current, peak, average,
gust, plus temp, humidity, dew point, etc.
>I used Radio Shack as an example hobby store,
>sorry if their particular wind meter is no
Hmm.. Never seen one here.
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