[FOSS-GPS] Getting final RTK position from RTKNAVI to a GIS software

anthony wooldridge arwooldridge at googlemail.com
Fri Sep 9 10:36:57 PDT 2016

You could try a virtual com port solution eg Com0com,  or tcpip transfer 
if the collection software acepts it.



On 09/09/2016 17:55, Dhirendra Singh wrote:
> I use arcpad GPS data collection software which looks for a NMEA GPS 
> device on a serial COM port in windows.
> I can take final RTK output as a NMEA text file from RTKNAVI output 
> window. But*_ How can I get real time RTK position coordinates in the 
> GIS software from RTKNAVI which is my ultimate objective of using 
> RTKLIB ? _*One com port of the rover receiver is already used/engaged 
> in RTKNAVI input. If we get final RTK NMEA output on a serial port 
> that also gets engaged & can't be used in the GIS software. So what is 
> the solution to the problem while using RTKLIB for real time RTK 
> position coordinates ? I have used split serial port also to free a 
> serial port. I have tried many options but failed to get real time 
> final RTK output directly from RTKNAVI to the GIS software which I use 
> in the field to get GPS position coordinates. Can anybody help with 
> this issue ?
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