[FOSS-GPS] Hello. New member here.

David Bannon dbannon at internode.on.net
Sun Jul 2 17:08:10 PDT 2017

Wow Bill, interesting.

Are you sending your data to OpenStreetMap ?

Does the RasPi use the RTC module for its internal time keeping ? I 
would have expected it to just use the RTC at boot up then rely on its 
own internal one ?


On 01/07/17 14:21, Bill Maidment wrote:
> Hi
> Introducing myself. I am a 71year old, with 50+ years in IT starting with Mainframe machine code experience through COBOL and then on to PC work and 15 years of Linux (mainly RedHat flavour).
> I am now retired but am a volunteer IT guy for our local historical society in Batemans Bay, Australia. I am embarking on a new project for them mapping burial plots in the ancient cemeteries around the area.
> We have acquired a pair of Raspberry Pi 3B computers, each with a RasPiGNSS module and Tallysman TW2410 aerial in the hopes that we can get cm accuracy for our GPS plots.
> The base station and rover station are currently being constructed and the software (Raspbian Jessie and RTKLIB 2.4.2p12) has been installed with basic testing successful.
> We do have some issues with Kinematic fixes and clock times on the Raspberry Pi and I am awaiting delivery of some RTC shims to give us consistent clock times.
> More later.....
> Cheers
> Bill Maidment
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