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post #261 of 412 (permalink) Old 12-11-2018, 07:08 AM
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Is that graph created inside your office with the F9? It's impressive either way seeing that the scale is 5mm but it would be super impressive if that's inside a building.
:-) thatís outside , but antenna inside my car window and to a ntrip 25 km away.

Accuracy ~ 2 cm . For the price of Ä200 a revolution in l2 rtk gnns...


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:-) thatís outside , but antenna inside my car window and to a ntrip 25 km away.

Accuracy ~ 2 cm . For the price of Ä200 a revolution in l2 rtk gnns...
Andreas, what is the Antenna that you used? (type, active/passive)
Impressive, cannot wait for my F9

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With this kit https://www.ardusimple.com/product/s...r-kit-lr-ip65/ what else is needed (cables, boxes, other hardware, ...?) to put up a rtk base and get rtk presicion to AOG?
Any chance to get rtk to outback s3 too?
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With this kit https://www.ardusimple.com/product/s...r-kit-lr-ip65/ what else is needed (cables, boxes, other hardware, ...?) to put up a rtk base and get rtk presicion to AOG?
Any chance to get rtk to outback s3 too?
i did also order this kit..

i hope arduosimple can provide some config files for the f9. the setup is not as easy...

the problem for beginners is also to get rtcm in and nmea out..

So i got today my teltonika router with 2 sim integrated and rs232. still waiting for the converter to ttl/uart.
to router has an integrated ntrip client. so i only need to connect my f9 to it and i can simply get nmea out over usb.
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so f9 is working at my office.

the only problems is with ports. when i use u-center software usb port is blocked by u-center.

there are also uart ports.

the problem is to input rtcm stream to ublox and getting out nmea at the same port.

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a) a ntrip client inside agopengps
b) serial port splitter (cant find any freeware)
c) hardware work to use uart board and strsvr to input data und get nmea out of usb.

same problem would be with simpleRTK2B when not using radio modem..

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Hi Andreas,
Maybe I didn't understand your problem description but the simpleRTK2B shield supports RTCM input and NMEA output on all UART ports.
U-blox u-center also supports remote connection to NTRIP servers to get RTCM messages.

About the simpleRTK2B status, we should receive the assembled boards to our facilities this week, so first shipments will start soon.
Christmas time will be interesting

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i did also order this kit..

i hope arduosimple can provide some config files for the f9. the setup is not as easy...

the problem for beginners is also to get rtcm in and nmea out..

So i got today my teltonika router with 2 sim integrated and rs232. still waiting for the converter to ttl/uart.
to router has an integrated ntrip client. so i only need to connect my f9 to it and i can simply get nmea out over usb.
All our kits and boards will ship with a standard configuration, so they will be "plug and play".
We will explain the default configuration and we will add tutorials explaining how to change the basic settings: enabling/disabling messages, changing frequency rate, ports and protocols used, ...

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With this kit https://www.ardusimple.com/product/s...r-kit-lr-ip65/ what else is needed (cables, boxes, other hardware, ...?) to put up a rtk base and get rtk presicion to AOG?
Any chance to get rtk to outback s3 too?
This will depend on your application, but you only need to power both boards (base and rover) and connect them to a computer
This is only a couple of micro USB cables and a USB power charger (the rover can be powered directly via the computer USB cable).
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This will depend on your application, but you only need to power both boards (base and rover) and connect them to a computer
This is only a couple of micro USB cables and a USB power charger (the rover can be powered directly via the computer USB cable).
So does the base-board need to be connected to computer all the time?
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For most applications this is not necessary.
You can power the base station with a USB power wall charger or a battery.
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Thanks for the info. Just made an order. Hope it works with AgOpenGPS.

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