Thanks for the question, From what, I’m wanting to connect to an outback or hemisphere base. How do I find what my frequencies are and data rates?
But am I right that the antenna should still power up when plugged into the m+ if the M+ is powered?
Configuring the frequency and data rates will be dependent upon which receiver you go with. Is there a reason you wouldn’t use an Emlid Reach solution? I’ll have to defer to Emlid support as to compatibility with Reachview, but you have to use another software/data collection solution…
Thanks again, so is there a reason why my M+ lights up properly but no lights on my Lo Ra radio when its plugged into the m+? Also if I cant get it to work with the outback base I might by am Emlid one. I am trying to make a Gps system for my tractor and my neighbor already has a tower with an outback base on it.
Thanks so much, Sorry for poor reply times. I’m in the field seeding long hours.
I will get a picture of the m+ and connections
Yes I do want to accomplish rtk communication over LoRa with a non reach base
I will try to install the serial driver
Your post looks like it will be very helpful
You may be able to use the correction data from the Outback base, but you will not be able to receive that correction data with an Emlid LoRa module.
With Emlid devices, you must have an Emlid LoRa at both ends so that the RF communication protocol is the same. Just because another device uses LoRa technology, it doesn’t mean it will speak the same language.
Is there another way for you to get the Outback correction data? Like over the internet? Otherwise yes, you would be better off to use an Emlid base.
Thanks for the help. I guess I will be ordering an emlid base. Is there any way to crank up the power so it will reach farther or is that not necessary. I just know that the outback base is set to send a powerful signal, currently reaches about 20 miles