[FOSS-GPS] Why use RTKLIB !!!!!!!!
Felipe G. Nievinski
fgnievinski at gmail.com
Sat May 17 20:29:57 PDT 2014
AFAIK RTKLIB is the only FLOSS with a GUI for doing GPS/GNSS relative
positioning (cm-level error at best). if you don't need a GUI there's also
gpstk which can do relative positioning, although with fewer processing
options. and there's plenty of online PPP if you can do post-processing
rather than real-time. finally, if you're okay with sub-meter errors, the
stand-alone position solution output by most chipsets will suffice.
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> Date: Sat, 17 May 2014 03:07:21 -0700 (PDT)
> From: David14 <dav.mercenary at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [FOSS-GPS] Why use RTKLIB !!!!!!!!
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> Dear all,
> I am new to RTKLIB and I have heard a lot about it from my colleagues. I
> have been recommended to use it for localization of my robots. I want to
> know what is this hype about? Is it the best thing in town?
> Why use it? How can it help me? What data can I get which I cannot get
> otherwise and can be useful to me?
> I have gone superficially through the Rtklib manual but I am not impressed.
> As all of you have worked alot with RTKLIB so I want to leave this question
> to the pros.
> I have LEA-6T ublox receiver which is perfect for RTKLIB so I just need
> information to get started on it.
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