How to see base correction (rtcm3 message) in pc. Is there a program or software I can use?

How to see what base correction is sending (rtcm3 message) in pc. Is there a program or software I can use?

You must have rtklib installed on your pc and download the RTCM3 file from GNSS. Convert RTCM3 with rtkconvert and in the header it will have the Cartesian coordinates of the base

Can it send LIVE base correction. I mean directly when my base receiver is open and I connect the TX and GND wire of reach device to my laptop via rs285.

Hi Willstar,
You can use str2str from RTKLIB package. To translate it to something readable you can use gpsdecode from gpsd.
These are open source software. On a Linux system you can type :

str2str -in serial://port:baudrate | gpsdecode

You can use SNIP to check the RTCM3 messages from the base.
I think you can also use Lefebure NTRIP client.

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