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Then I presume current sensors would not be seen by the Elite's display and their data would not be forwarded to MyAcurite. If this is the case would the Access be able to work in conjunction with the Elite's display so current sensor's would still function, or will there be a new generation of sensors?

The Access can be used alongside with the Elite.  The Access would handle the 433MHz devices, and the Elite the 915Mhz.

The change in frequency doesn't mean the Altas Elite couldn't be supported by myAcurite.  myAcurite doesn't care about the radio frequency used.  You would just have two devices reporting to myAcurite instead of one.

I haven't heard anything about a new generation of 915Mhz sensors (other than the Atlas Elite itself), but I would guess that's a possibility.
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Hello John,

Temp 63 F, and think you are right, 'jamming' would affect other readings.

Later yesterday, at ISS removed cover, removed battery to change, unplugged all wires, made sure all connectors were clean, still occurring today.

Note: Suggestions to change station were from Davis tech, who was sure that would fix problem.   
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I thought I read somewhere that the Atlas Elite's display would contain a wireless built-in hub. Please correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to start erroneous rumors about the Atlas Elite.

That is true.  Since the radio communications are on a different frequency and modulation scheme with the Elite, it can't be read by the Access.
900Mhz?  so the Access will be useless then, ok..

would 900mhz have better range??

Yes.  Up to 1000 feet compared to 330 feet for the Atlas.  Since they are using spread-spectrum technology, they are allowed to boost the power level per FCC regulations.
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I thought I read somewhere that the Atlas Elite's display would contain a wireless built-in hub. Please correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to start erroneous rumors about the Atlas Elite.

That is true.  Since the radio communications are on a different frequency and modulation scheme with the Elite, it can't be read by the Access.
900Mhz?  so the Access will be useless then, ok..

would 900mhz have better range??
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I thought I read somewhere that the Atlas Elite's display would contain a wireless built-in hub. Please correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to start erroneous rumors about the Atlas Elite.

That is true.  Since the radio communications are on a different frequency and modulation scheme with the Elite, it can't be read by the Access.



Then I presume current sensors would not be seen by the Elite's display and their data would not be forwarded to MyAcurite. If this is the case would the Access be able to work in conjunction with the Elite's display so current sensor's would still function, or will there be a new generation of sensors?
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: "jamming from unknown source"
« Last post by johnd on Today at 02:02:46 PM »
Unlikely to be jamming/interference - that would tend to affect all readings. Much more likely that it's a rain gauge fault. Is it clean? Where are you? Is it cold enough for potential icing on the bucket stops?
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis Vantage Vue
« Last post by jcookjr82 on Today at 01:53:29 PM »
The Vantage Vue is a give and take. I have mine mounted up high for wind readings, but I think my temperature readings suffer because of this. Plus, my neighbor has a 2-story home, thus wind readings from the north-west may not be very accurate. All in all, I am satisfied with the unit.
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I thought I read somewhere that the Atlas Elite's display would contain a wireless built-in hub. Please correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to start erroneous rumors about the Atlas Elite.

That is true.  Since the radio communications are on a different frequency and modulation scheme with the Elite, it can't be read by the Access.

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WeatherUnderground / Re: WU - Let us know your issues
« Last post by mmorris on Today at 01:41:29 PM »
I'll keep sending data as long as it free as I gave up on my own web site and web server as it was just a pain to maintain. I feel WU pain having to keep hacker out and the web changing my simple html page could not display thing then it wouldn't scale right  :oops: computer crashes backup not installing thing back right. So if they die it would be ok I no longer care about the data if it get lost as no one else in the world is going to care if Miles is doing weather. Nowadays weather is a Dime a dozen. As long as my home display show me what is going on in almost real time I'm good very seldom look at any one else's web site or WU stuff. I often wonder who is actually viewing. Mostly you see people use a corp weather App on there phone
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I thought I read somewhere that the Atlas Elite's display would contain a wireless built-in hub. Please correct me if I am wrong. I don't want to start erroneous rumors about the Atlas Elite.
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