Does anyone know if there is a list of antennas that will work with the M2? I was looking at some antennas from novatel such as the GPS-713-GGG-N and GPS-713-GGGL-N. Any thoughts? Looking for an antenna to fit the top of my enclosure that used to have a L1 gps only receiver in it.
I got the Harxon GPS 500 antenna for the M2. David Hess on the forum recommended it. It’s a small antenna and has calibration for NGS OPUS use.
I know one of the forum members used this one.
I am considering it.
That’s what it is a Harxon GPS 500 antenna
Emlid has this one https://store.emlid.com/product/multi-band-gnss-antenna/ ,I am using it with very good results.Is there any reason you would not use it?
I have no doubt that the emlid antenna will work well, but I was looking for something that would go in the original housing that the old L1 novatel gps Antenna went.
I know what isn’t working. I tried a Trimble AG25 L1/L2/L5 no satellites. I was hopeful as I have a spare handy.
That looks like it would fit, I will go and check the housing. Do you have a link to a place where I could buy this? Who makes it?
Actually, someone else told me that a Trimble AG25 does work. I am wondering if the cable I purchased, Reach M2/M+ TNC antenna adapter cable 2m, might have a problem. I will be checking with a multimeter this evening.
When choosing the antenna for M2, I highly recommend checking its specs before connecting the antenna. Reach M2 only handles antennas that meet the following requirements:
- Antenna output current no more than 100 mA
- Antenna DC bias is 3.3 V
More info on Reach M2 electrical specs can be found in our docs.
I have additional questions. Multi-band GNSS antenna (https://store.emlid.com/product/multi-band-gnss-antenna/) phase centers’ offsets for L1 = 0.032m; L2 = 0.037 m. the Value L1 = 0.032m ; L2 = are 0.037 m zaplikowane to software internal Reach M2? How to introduce given L1 and L2 for the different aerial? Are there with the regard of L1 and L2 heights in NMEA?
The L1 or L2 offset could be added at the post-processing stage in RTKPost by using the following setting. The phase offset should be inputted into the U field. The 5 mm difference between the L1 and L2 in most cases won’t result in a significant difference in Z coordinate.
The phase offsets are not included in NMEA messages, however, this data could be added to the position in the NMEA message afterward too.
He thanks for the answer.
Explain additionally. Coordinate “Z” from results from the data in NMEA:
- L1 ?
- L2 ?
- average from given L1 and L2 ?
On the example my aerial L1= 0,0516 m; L2 = 0,0556. Height of the stick 2,00 m. Coordinate Z on the basis of the announcement NMEA Z = 100,00 m.
What is he the correct height of the mierzonego point?
- H = 100,00 - 0,0516 - 2,00
- H = 100,00 - 0,0556 - 2,00
- H = 100,00 - ((0,0516 + 0,0556)/ 2) - 2,00
Thank you for your patience.
The phase offset and antenna height are not included in the NMEA message. So in case you want to include these values, you will need to substitute both of them from the height declared in the NMEA string.
I am looking also for a survey antenna for the M2.
Do you think Harxon GPS500 is the best choice? What about GPS1000?
The specs of the GPS500 doesn’t list GALILEO support.
I see these antennas listed for about 150$ in Aliexpress.
Is the Swiftnav antenna the same as GPS500 for sure?
If your just using it for pass to pass ag guidance, the small tallysman is accurate enough for cm performance. It needs vibration damping on the tractor side.
Post processing is great but it does not plant crops particularly well. The m2 really handles well even at 5hz, i am impressed by its guidance performance.
Have you integrated your m2 to the outback hemisphere steering system? If so please tell the details.