[FOSS-GPS] Re: RTKLIB SKYTRAQ
gamma.gts at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 08:18:24 EST 2012
Thanks for sharing your findings.
FYI, I ordered and received on monday one Yuan10 USB dongle 
I made only basic testing so far, but my intention is to record raw data
and perform post-treatment, thanks to correction data network freely
available in France 
I expect to have 3 to 6 base stations available, nicely spread in all
directions, and in a range from 10 to 25 km.
The things I miss at the moment are spare time and a convenient open-sky
location (I live in a very dense urban area). But it's only a matter of
days / weeks of patience ^^
I'll let you know if / when I get interesting stuff
2012/1/25 Grant Oswald <gkoswald at gmail.com>
> Hi Julian,
> thanks for the quick reply!
> The links you mentioned are no good as I live in Australia.
> Whats the best settings in rtknavi to collect data? I assume I just set
> the output of rtknavi to file? On the rover should I enable corrections
> from the cors network as I do this? Or just use single mode?
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 11:16 PM, julio menezes <yjmenezes at yahoo.com.br>wrote:
>> --- Em *qua, 25/1/12, Grant Oswald <gkoswald at gmail.com>* escreveu:
>> De: Grant Oswald <gkoswald at gmail.com>
>> Assunto: Re: [FOSS-GPS] Re: RTKLIB SKYTRAQ
>> Para: "Open Source GPS-related discussion and support" <
>> foss-gps at lists.osgeo.org>
>> Data: Quarta-feira, 25 de Janeiro de 2012, 8:53
>> Hello Julio and Volfeer,
>> Sorry for taking so long to reply.
>> I'm using the same gps as volfeer. Thats skytraq S1315F-RAW receiver.
>> Only available from 2 place's that I know. Skytraq sell an evaluation unit
>> for only $99 usd. Google their website.
>> My government base station is more than 15 km's away and also my account
>> hasn't enabled rinex data. (what ever that is). How ever I do have a
>> government static survey marker at the end of my property. I have searched
>> the internet and found it's details. What would be the best approach to use
>> this as reference point? Do I put the gps antenna on this point and collect
>> data for 1 hour? What then?
>> Hi Grant.
>> Tks, about your systrack information.
>> It is quit hard to by a receicer here. Here our importation tax reach
>> 300 %, can you beleave that ?
>> As you have a landmark, you should:
>> 1) Let your base station, where you plan, colecting data.
>> 2) Put your rover over the Landmark.
>> 3) collect static data by about 1 hour, counting after turn on the
>> second receiver.
>> the epoch rate can be 5 seconds.
>> Any way, I think you can get CORS data from:
>> Once identified your near station, download the RINEX data from:
>> Select the julian day.
>> good luck.
>> julio menezes
>> I am mounting my skytrack Venus638FLPx using an open hardware Arduino Uno
>> with a flash shield, I bought from sparkfun. I don't know if it has RAW
>> data, I hope so.
>> I bought, also an wire less Xbee 60W serie 1, it has 2Km range.
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