bslosman

Member Since: May 4, 2012

Country: United States

  • The article is excellent. However it is a little nebulous when it comes to pushing the RTCM data. I am using Ubuntu 18.04 and have installed SNIP NTRIP Caster to be able to push the data. I do not understand how I am suppose to use processRTCM() to push the data to the serial port so that SNIP can parse it and cast it so the rover can pick it up. Since all of the above is free software an example using it would be fantastic. There are unfortunately no UNAVCO SNIP servers near my school and I bought a 2nd ZED-F9P assuming that it would be great to set up a base station. I was dissapointed that the tutorial ended before actually establishing a way to push the RTCM data to by rover. When I run the example in the tutorial above the survey completes and the LED says that RTCM messages are being produced but I do not see any info being printed in the serial monitor (e.g. no pretty print of the hex data. I am assuming that there should be data and that I should be able to have another program monitor the serial port and send that data elsewhere, such and the SNIP NTRIP Caster.

  • The article is excellent. However it is a little nebulous when it comes to pushing the RTCM data. I am using Ubuntu 18.04 and have installed SNIP NTRIP Caster to be able to push the data. I do not understand how I am suppose to use processRTCM() to push the data to the serial port so that SNIP can parse it and cast it so the rover can pick it up. Since all of the above is free software an example using it would be fantastic. There are unfortunately no UNAVCO SNIP servers near my school and I bought a 2nd ZED-F9P assuming that it would be great to set up a base station. I was dissapointed that the tutorial ended before actually establishing a way to push the RTCM data to by rover.

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