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hello all
aog stops responding shortly after connection with gps. freezes but the rest of the computer works. is theprogram or my computer? maybe the settings? its a ASUS transformer book.4gb ram.1.44ghz????

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Yes at slow speed (3km / h).

I watched the thing for about 400 ha and going around 10 km/h. There were too many times it just didn't make sense. I went back to the DOGS2, solid readings as always.

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Ok it's good to know.
So for you what is the best config for autosteer Dogs2 + BNO or 2 antennas or others ...
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Ok it's good to know.
So for you what is the best config for autosteer Dogs2 + BNO or 2 antennas or others ...

Dual antenna would do roll and heading and is the best. Next would be just the DOG2 and no imu with a hopefully stable Heading and fix from the GPS.



Its working pretty darn good. The auto turn is rock solid! 3 mouse clicks and hit Go. Then pray a little bit and close your eyes.

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HELP
could someone tell me why aog stops responding shortly after connection with gps signal
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What GPS? Are your com port settings all matched in windows, aog, and GPS unit?

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I believe the baud rate and ports are correct as I set them to what agog seems to read. I’m currently using it with a tee jet centreline but have tried it with two others with the same result. Like I say it starts normal and was able to almost make a full headland before it froze. Later on it came back and painted where I was then quit again???
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Brian wrote an interesting post on the importance of having a good common earth. Including for gps. Worth looking at maybe.
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Can you tell us what is the value of the digit written in small on the top right next to the hz (before the program blocks.)
I read somewhere that it must be less than 25.
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Hello
I could try my autosteer today.
it works well, BUT I have a problem: the tractor goes almost straight but does not. I tested for 4h different settings and still the same problem: it drifts gently to the left and then gives a steering wheel to correct. To the right no problem, it corrects gently. see the picture to understand what I'm saying.
I disabled mma, no BNO.

Someone have an idea to help ?

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