For a given county (bounded box, lets say), I need to get a network of gps points such that each point is 1 mile from its nearest neighbor point in each cardinal direction. The result of this initial calculation would be an array of gps coordinates, which if displayed on a map would look like the vertices on a piece of graph paper.
With the one mile radius requirement, this process is arduous by hand for reasonably sized areas..
I'm using an API that takes point data combined with a buffer radius value to find locations. The plan is to make the buffer radii something like 0.7 miles in order to ensure 100% saturation of a given area.