If you look closely around your operational area, you'll probably notice some kind of man-made feature emplaced at regular intervals that you can use for range estimation. The most frequently encountered are fence posts and power pylons or telephone poles. Any of these can be very useful, but take care that they really are positioned at a standard interval.
Since power pylons are so cosdy to erect, and most landowners don't like them, power companies tend to place them as far away from each other as they safely can—and this is usually
GPS, map, and laser can be used together for very precise ranging.
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