Hi, if you take a look at rover files you would see alot of noise.
I would check my power supply and radio interference
Test you drone before takeoff, and turn everything on. If noise is there, try turning/move one thing off at the time and you`ll find the source of this noise
Thanks to @TB_RTK and @ svetlana.nikolenko for the tips.
I achieved 100% fixed results with RTKPOST ver.demo5 b31 and changing the elev mask.
The results were very different.
And I agree with you, there is a noise inside the body and it causes some time marks to float.
Is there a solution to identify the source of the noise?
The power supply is the easiest one to check. Do the receiver share power with anything?
If so, use a separate one and check if the noise is gone.
Radio interference is cumbersome to troubleshoot, lets proceed with that after the battery.
20220313055143.zip (8.5 MB)
Thanks to svetlana.nikolenko for the answer.
Please look at the attachment file.
At the end of the flight, a number of time marks have become float and single. What could be the reason?
It seems that the interference issue is still there. You can see spaces in the signals at the end of the log. SNR of L1 signals changes almost every second there, and L2 signals have a lot of cycle slips. Did you manage to find the RF noise source?
In Emlid Studio, in the base section, is there a way to copy and paste the coordinates from a Notepad file into the ECEF coordinates?
I’ve just checked that it’s possible to past values into these fields. Do you have difficulties with that? Do you work on Windows?
I have not yet found the source of the noise.
I checked the wiring and saw no problem.
That this happens on some flights.
And this time I have a single time mark.
Last time it was just a float.
Is there gammer in the area?
Thank you, my problem was solved.
Yes, I use dots to separate decimals.
To remove mistakes in typing coordinates
I realized that I had to copy and paste the trend part first and then the decimal point