[FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB FIX solution - Hold problem
ffl at aber.ac.uk
Mon Oct 13 08:05:41 PDT 2014
This is an interesting comment. We are looking into buying receivers, for
mobile applications, so it would be interesting to know which won't
maintain carrier lock when moved. Would you have details?
On Monday 13 October 2014 09:51:43 Forrest Voight wrote:
> What receiver are you using? I've noticed that some don't maintain
> carrier lock when moved at all, making only static positioning
> On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 7:38 AM, jeremy.bouathong
> <bouathbouath at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > i'l currently working on the Kinematic mode and the Moving Baseline
> > mode on RTKLIB. I succeeded to get FIX solutions for this two modes.
> > The problem is that i can get a FIX solution when the rover is static.
> > When i move the rover, the solution is FLOAT and RTKLIB searchs for an
> > other Integer solution. In Options i configured the Fix and Hold
> > solution, so I don't understand why i can't hold the solution i first
> > found. I changed the bps on the COM options to 115000 bps to get more
> > datas but it doesn't change anything. Can it be a hardware problem?
> > I'm using a very old computer, with a low processor...
> > Regards
> > Jérémy
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