Member Since: September 23, 2011

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  • Thanks for this article! I needed it! I bought a NEO-M8P-2 a while ago and never got around to using it. There are no public ground stations in my area to hook into, which is why I like this tutorial so much. But I had a couple of lingering questions.

    I am thinking about using the SparkFun GPS-RTK Dead Reckoning pHAT (GPS-16475) with my NEO-M8P-2 (GPS-15005). The navigation rates are pretty different (up to 30 Hz for the pHAT versus 5 Hz for the NEO).

    If I am using the NEO-M8P-2 as the reference station, would the slowness of the RTCM correction data be a problem for the pHAT that would be working as the rover?

    For this project the pHAT will be mounted in a moving car, and the vertical accuracy will probably be more important than the horizontal.

    Is there an estimate of the vertical accuracy for the SparkFun GPS-RTK Dead Reckoning pHAT (GPS-16475)? I noticed the horizontal accuracy with RTK was 20cm which is a bit higher than the NEO-M8P-2 (GPS-15005) and the ZED-F9P (GPS-16481). I could choose something other than the dead reckoning board but like the idea of the IMU data.

  • Would this drop on to a Yun?

  • Another Dukes of Hazzard fan...

  • Some men just want to watch the world burn.

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