Fix with GPS and Glonass does work and in our testing it is more robust than with GPS only, just don’t forget to disable Glonass AR when working with a different type receiver, Glonass still can be enabled.
Should be a few weeks. We are pushing it really hard, but there are lot’s of things requiring a rework. New wi-fi settings, new logging and new image are yet to be finished.
Completely rewritten backend and frontend, new looks, removed most advanced settings by setting them to an optimal value, only needed settings left and made user-proof. Several layers of protection to make it impossible to kill the ap with wrong settings. New update and packaging mechanism to ensure safe and consistent delivery of updates. Built-in maps and dashboard with detailed status of RTK. Dropped the buggy Intel wi-fi setup script and integrated network settings in the app. Stream statuses (very important for NTRIP to see if connection succeeded). Merged rover and base modes, now possible simultaneous operation in rover and base modes on one device. Different options for base coordinates: average single on boot for t minutes or average fixed position from NTRIP for t minutes and start corrections after that or manual value. This is not a full list of changes, there are many more.
Regarding the rover not booting with active base we were not able to reproduce the issue on the image v1.2. If you know how, please let us know.
@antonio.arns1 Antonio, overall fix time will depend on the surroundings and satellite geometry. Average time in our testing is at 3-5 minutes in GPS+GLO, but it can be longer in less favourable conditions. If you are still seeing problems, please reply to my message in your topic: