I have question regarding integrating the Reach module to Raspberry Pi, similarily as Navio was integrated.
I use Qt Creator and C++, I have previously used the drivers from Emlid’s Github for establishing the communication between the Navio board’s data and Raspberry Pi, in order for using the data in a specific application that needed GPS data.
GPS module of Reach is based on SPI, it doesn’t expose any port externally except TCP. Reach is a computer!
If you have a standalone GPS module with usb-serial port and same features(GPS and attenna) as described by Reach, you could use it directly by USB port. And you should config RTK config file to adapt the module, such as
inpstr1-type =serial # (0:off,1:serial,2:file,3:tcpsvr,4:tcpcli,7:ntripcli,8:ftp,9:http) ## Input source for
inpstr1-path =ttyMFD1:230400:8:n:1:off #it could be changed to ttyUSB0:230400:8:n:1:off
Thanks for the answer.
Indeed you are right, there is no need to correct the base. It was a silly question. I wanted to compare the results of the base with my results, obtained from a different GPS board, but , for sure, this is not the right way. Thank you again.