[FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB: str2str output rate

bjorn.spockeli bjorn.spockeli at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 02:56:58 PDT 2014

Hi, im using str2str as a tcpserver in order to stream ubx serial data from a
uBlox Lea-6T to a BeagleBoneBlack running rtkrcv with another Lea-6T. On the
BBB rtkrcv is configured as moving-base mode, receiving serial data from the
local Lea-6t and data from the base through tcpclient.

Im wondering if Im getting the full 5Hz update rate from the base, because
when I cycle through status in rtkrcv it seems that its receiving serial
data 5 times faster than the tcpclient.(Based on # of input data base ) Are
5 measurements sent as one tcp packet and #number of input data base only
shows the number of tcp packets received ?   If not is there any way to
increase the output rate of str2str ?

Best Regards,
Bjørn Spockeli

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