[FOSS-GPS] Re: New Project with RTKlib & need help.
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Mon Jan 2 14:08:14 EST 2012
--- Em seg, 2/1/12, adioshun <adioshun at gmail.com> escreveu:
> De: adioshun <adioshun at gmail.com>
> Assunto: [FOSS-GPS] Re: New Project with RTKlib & need help.
> Para: foss-gps at lists.osgeo.org
> Data: Segunda-feira, 2 de Janeiro de 2012, 12:10
> I don't need absolute position of two
> I just need the relative position between two vehicles.
> My aim is display the neighbor vehicle's location based on
> my vehicle
> location by GPS information exchange.
> if my location have 2m error and other vehicle has the same
> 2m error with
> the same direction, it is OK to me.
Taking your words, I'm not good at GPS relative terms and algorithms too.
I think that the moving base must have an fixed and known lenght .
This will not be your case.
May be you can use a fixed base ( two antennas on one car ), but in this case, it would be better to put it over an reference station and let both car as rovers.
I have realised some tests with one ublox-4T. I just have one and it was quite difficult to buy this one :-(
I have stoped it for a while, but RTKLIB is great and nice and I plan use it.
I got very good results, cm accuracy for a 10 km base line.
I have modified a python code to set it up to output raw carrier phase and navegation data. It runs under *NIX.
The basic code is here
PS: you can see my results here:
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