The machine was traveling along and the signal degraded to Float and then Single. We stop if it degrades from Fix. Nothing noticeable happened at the base.
Any clue why it would have stopped logging and sending out corrections over Lora?
The rovers are used for guidance on an ag tractor. 2 rovers for precise heading connected over RS232. All communicating over Lora to a base at the middle of the field. Base is permanently powered.
I can check the base and make sure the log didn’t roll over and it is in the next one. Does rolling over from 1 log to another take time and cause the receiver to stop sending corrections? I thought I grabbed the log from the base that included this time frame but I may have been off by one. I will check tomorrow morning.
It is rare but occasionally the base isn’t sending anything over Lora and I have to reboot it or change the corrections to another output, apply, change back to Lora, and apply in order to get it to send data over Lora again. Not sure if this might be related to that or not.