[FOSS-GPS] RTKLib and uBlox 7
bfraser at geoanalytic.com
Wed Aug 21 07:34:08 PDT 2013
Well I really don't NEED to; it's more of an experiment to see if it
will improve the performance of the UAV (likely more trouble than it's
worth), or if it will improve the positioning quality of the imagery
acquired from the UAV (it might).
Currently I've got a uBlox Lea-6H
supplying positions to the autopilot, but it has no raw data input(?) or
output capability so the positions are likely in the +/-3m range (I
really need to test that too).
On 8/21/2013 12:15 AM, Weber wrote:
> Tomoji, thank you for the reply. For the moment I intend to work with
> their 6T model.
> Brent, this may sound a stupid question but as I am moving from
> industrial cameras development to UAV electronics, I have a lot to
> catch up:
> Why do you need to input corrections into the onboard GPS receiver?
> What I've read on RTKLib docs about RTKNAVI dataflow, it only takes
> inputs from the rover/basestation GNSS receivers.
> Em Wednesday, August 21, 2013 2:04:46 AM, Brent Fraser escreveu:
>> Interesting. I'm planning to use RTKlib to implement RTK on my UAV
>> using an old Novatel SuperstarII on board which supposedly will take
>> corrections on its Com2 port (we'll see). For the base station, I'll
>> use a ublox Neo-6p
>> (http://www.csgshop.com/product.php?id_product=103). And hopefully the
>> RTCM corrections can be transmitted via MAVlink on 3rd telemetry
>> Best Regards,
>> Brent Fraser
>> On 8/20/2013 2:52 PM, Weber wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Anyone has any experience about trying to make the uBlox 7 receiver
>>> work with RTKLib?
>>> Any expectations of how complicated/'how much code editing' it would
>>> The intention is to implement a RTK solution for UAVs.
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