Seems like there is a translation barrier there, but I think you get it now. The end goal is a stream of RTCM 3 corrections. It doesn't matter the hardware involved or whether it is over a direct connection to the internet (NTRIP) or just over a network (TCP). The problem with LoRa radios is how each manufacturer has protected it's signal and how they define "channels"? Some allow you to input a specific frequency and other just supply a list of 10-15 suitable channels of which you won't know the actual frequency unless you have an engineering buddy on the inside.possibly even better from this from the manufacture Use Reach RS2 to set up your own base station. Stream corrections over the network via NTRIP/TCP (this is of interest to me set it up to transmit via it's built in modem to the st16s data pilot) or LoRa radio, record base logs for post-processing. Reach RS2 works with any amount of rovers and is compatible with Reach RS+ and M+. basically it can transmit in ntrip/tcp on it's own has built in modem or lora compatible radio.
Emlid has their own caster.Right now I have snip ntrip caster downloaded and installed. thats one of the items I going to need It will work with reach r2. snip's web site got a lot of info I need to go over looks promising. going to need to invest in other equipment besides the reach r2 for basic standalone rtk operation. mini computer and wifi router. operating at 5g.
I haven't seen any retail models myself and have seen a couple of different versions marketed, but if it is the one with the helical antenna slightly off the surface then that is a poorly engineered design for sure. The fact that the antenna appears to be slanted forward is also a problem as it only gets worse with the tilt of the drone at speed. If they are running off of two separate GNSS modules that would be doubly bad. It seems more likely that there is one module that is either running RTK or a single solution which would be the same as the previous models. Similar to how the Phantom 4 RTK is built.well I do have reservations with the current rtk antenna placement looks like a potential for breaking the top shell of the h520e the antenna does not look like it supported as it should at attachment point to the h520e to much flexing can happen. the top shell may need a redo with the rtk antenna mount flushed 90 degree to level surface and the base of the rtk antenna mount as wide as the antenna and the antenna sets flush to the shell.
Hi, I ordered an H520E RTK but I can't find much more detailed information material on both the positioning system and the E90X camera, where can I find it?? Thank you very muchHere we have the first Prototypes of the H520E RTK and the H920E flying in the Netherlands.
We'll have to compare notes by and by. The little I've been able to test the E30ZX due to weather, the zoom and stability are great. However, at full zoom, it is very touchy trying to adjust the cam direction. I'm hoping they update the firmware to allow more granular control. BTW, the E90X at 8X digital zoom produces fairly decent pics.well my e30zx has shipped to me it will arrive when I am on vacation though.