In the User Guide for the EM-406a, it says, "Built-in SuperCap to maintain system data for rapid satellite acquisition." It also states, "Cold Start 42 seconds average, Warm Start 38 seconds average." Does the Warm Start refer to starting up when the SuperCap still has power, and a Cold Start refer to a start after the SuperCap died? Does the SuperCap only speed up acquisition by *FOUR* seconds on average? A four second improvement is NOT any more rapid, so this contradicts the note earlier that states it is for "rapid acquisition".
1. What is the benefit of a module with a SuperCap vs. one without one?
2. How much faster does it acquire with the SuperCap vs. with out it?
3. What do the Cold Start and Warm Start times refer to?
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