We were able to setup and test the Reach in Bluetooth mode to send NMEA data directly to our Android devices… pretty cool.
Although the geolocation (lat/long) was still quite jumpy, the accuracy that is outputted seems to be a static 3.0 meter always, whatever, whenever. This doesn’t seem right. What is the reason for this? And is it possible to get the actual/real accuracy over Bluetooth/NMEA?
but you connect your reach with a android device or windows device ?
because I send the request to my laptop but as you can see on my previous picture the reach device isn’t recognise as a gps bluetooth so I’m not able to receive the signal obviously there is something wrong im my workflow but where is the issue ?
Hi, if you use just one reach module, it won’t be better than 3 meter accuracy because it is not on rtk mode. You have to use a base and a rover and send the solution with on reach modul connected in bluetooth.