Wondering if anyone uses an external radio modem connected via Bluetooth to deliver corrections to the RS2? For example I have a Pacific Crest XDL Rover 2 radio that can interface via Bluetooth. When connecting the XDL to a PC with Bluetooth the data comes through as a serial data stream via COM port.
I’m running the latest version of Reachview 2.20.7. In the Bluetooth tab the RS2 can see and says it connects with the XDL Rover 2. However in the Corrections Input - Bluetooth tab I see the ‘recv 111’ error and I’m not getting RTK fix (or float), single point solutions only.
To do the test I used a Trimble R10 as the base station and set it to output RTCMv3. I can confirm that the XDL was receiving the data packets from the R10 radio as I was able to connect the XDL to a PC (via Bluetooth) and view the incoming data stream from a terminal window (Teraterm).
I think one of the issues is there doesn’t appear to be a way to configure the Bluetooth input stream parameters in Reachview. I set the output data stream on the XDL to be 38400 baud, 8N1 (8 bit No Parity 1 stop bit), but have no way to match these settings in Reachview.
Has anyone had success with what I’m trying to accomplish?