[FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB raw data

julio menezes yjmenezes at yahoo.com.br
Mon Dec 30 01:48:49 PST 2013

Hi Trenton,

you just need UBX, nmea is useless for rtklib.
i think, a 19kbps link is ok for 1Hz data rate, there are some time lapse between ubx packets 57kbps.


Em Segunda-feira, 30 de Dezembro de 2013 6:26, trentonisla <trentonastleyisla-smu at yahoo.com> escreveu:

I am using 2 Ublox receivers for my setup, do i need to enable the NMEA+UBX
output or can i only use UBX output? So that lesser data will be transmitted
by the rf link. is it possible?

and what is the minimum bandwidth that i can use to transmit basestation

Thank you for your ideas in advance.

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