[FOSS-GPS] Using RTKLib with Novatel OEM device as base
taflan.work at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 11:35:55 PDT 2014
I developed a simple script to take the log output, parse it for the hex I
actually want, and output that back to rtknavi. I have verified that my
script is sending the bytes properly, and matched up one of the messages
(RAWWAASFRAME) to the spec in the Novatel manual.
I've tried both outputting sets of 16 bytes at a time, or holding all the
bytes until I have a full message and sending that all at once. In both
cases, I can see RTKlib get the hex properly, but it never parses it as an
OEM message. At this point I'm really not sure what to do, since I know
for sure the proper data is sending (I checked every part of the packet
structure!), but rtklib just isn't recognizing it!
On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 12:41 PM, Anton Strydom <agstrydom at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there
> On certain Novatel receivers you can get the proper data via TCP I am just
> not sure which ones, The ones I use only have 3 com ports rs232 and
> bluetooth and I get good data from them
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 5:00 PM, jtwork <taflan.work at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think I may have discovered the issue... I'm reading the 'log'
>> which is this odd formatted binary info. It looks like in order to
>> get the raw binary I have to connect via the serial like you suggested,
>> however that is impossible in my case since that port is in active use by
>> someone else.. plus I don't actually have physical access to it!
>> So, I guess unless there's some way to enable raw output over the network
>> connection, or I write some weird parser, I won't be using this method...
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