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I have been working with GIS and MapInfo Professional since 1996 when I joined COWI, the Danish distributor of the MapInfo products.

I have worked as end user digitizing paper plans into MapInfo Pro. I have worked as a developer building commercial products as well as customer specfic applications using MapBasic and .NET.

I have also done a lot of training, mostly in the advanced part of MapInfo Pro, such as SQL, Connecting to and using databases and MapBasic.

Currently I work as a Senior Systems Engineer with Pitney Bowes Software who develops MapInfo Professional and the other products in the MapInfo portfolio.


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comment Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
I think you need to raise this as a new question
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comment Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
That's not what I see. If my AZIMUTH is 0, I get a sector poiting to the north. If my AZIMUTH is 180 I get a secotr poiting ot the west. That's the way the angles work in MapInfo Pro. East is 0 and then angles are measured counter clockwise. Aren't you seeing this?
Jan
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comment Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
Or have a look at this questions: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/121582/…
Jan
26
comment MapInfo Calculating the number of Points that Fall within a Boundary
If this solved your question, please accept this as an answer. Thanks
Jan
26
answered MapInfo Calculating the number of Points that Fall within a Boundary
Jan
25
answered Similar function of ArcGIS Network Analyst in MapInfo
Jan
24
comment Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
I think you should create a new question discussing how to create the sectors as a pie
Jan
24
answered Mapinfo : How to cut a raster with a vector layer?
Jan
23
comment Mapinfo : How to cut a raster with a vector layer?
Do you really want to clip your raster file or do you just want to mask/hide part of it?
Jan
23
revised Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
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Jan
23
comment Insert points into SQL Server?
How did you manage to transform your coordinates from geographic WGS84 to Web Mercator? In the above it looks as if you have done so
Jan
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comment Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
@Thang Did you try to zoom to the layer? Also note you are creating very small sectors - only 1 meter in distance. Try to change the Dist1 to 250
Jan
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answered Does MapInfo License Server run onWindows Server 2012 R2?
Jan
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revised Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
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answered Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
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revised Drawing BTS sectors in GSM?
Formatted the code
Jan
21
comment Transform coordinates in MapInfo with GSB data
Yes, I also just checked the documentation. The Datum 158 was introduced with MapInfo Pro 11.5
Jan
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revised Transform coordinates in MapInfo with GSB data
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comment Transform coordinates in MapInfo with GSB data
Try to use the Bounded version of the coordinate system. I have extended my answer with some more details on my testing
Jan
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comment Transform coordinates in MapInfo with GSB data
It might be related to the counds of the coordinatesystem but we can have a look if you can share your dataset - or are you basically using the 5 coordinate pairs mentioned above?