Will Garmin add the feature to Fenix 6 of support GPS + Beidou in the future?

Will Garmin add the feature to Fenix 6 of support GPS + Beidou in the future?

This will improve GPS accuransy

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  • My English is not good.

    Without details, there is a site for planning GNSS measurements, for example from the triple www.gnssplanningonline.com
    1) go to the site, mark our location, height, date, do not forget the time zone and set 40 degrees of sky visibility - this is the most for urban building, after that apply the settings.
    2) go to the charts and look at two charts: the number of satellites and DOPs (the lower the DOPs the better, we need a yellow-horizontal for comparison, the red field is understandable, bad), and on the left click on the zhps and galileo, remember, click on GPS and GLONASS, etc., we think, compare.

    For Moscow, for example, optimal will be GPS + Beidou, 

    If choose onle GPS, it will be a poor constellation of satellites and poor accuracy

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  • My English is not good.

    Without details, there is a site for planning GNSS measurements, for example from the triple www.gnssplanningonline.com
    1) go to the site, mark our location, height, date, do not forget the time zone and set 40 degrees of sky visibility - this is the most for urban building, after that apply the settings.
    2) go to the charts and look at two charts: the number of satellites and DOPs (the lower the DOPs the better, we need a yellow-horizontal for comparison, the red field is understandable, bad), and on the left click on the zhps and galileo, remember, click on GPS and GLONASS, etc., we think, compare.

    For Moscow, for example, optimal will be GPS + Beidou, 

    If choose onle GPS, it will be a poor constellation of satellites and poor accuracy

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