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(Fer Tor) #1

Hi, my problem is that I lose the signal in RTK (LoRa) very easily, I wanted to know what the correct parameters are.
I walk under a tree and Ar RATIO puts on 0 with ease, and finds it difficult to lift.
Besides that I can not measure a point at a distance greater than 1 kilometer, what would be the parameters to enhance this problem
From already thank you very much.
Sorry for my English
Best regards from San Juan, Argentina.-

(Christian Grüner) #2

Do you have a direct line of sight between the rover and base?
What kind of environment are you operating in?

(Michael Lambert) #4

Seems like this should be under Getting Started. If you are configured as with the Emlid RTK guide I would try changing frequencies. Try several different ranges. Turning satellite constellations on/off may help as well.

(Christian Grüner) #5


(Fer Tor) #6

I am operating in optimal conditions, what frequency do you recommend? I saw people that in RTK measured vectors of more than 10 km, the truth is that I can hardly believe

(Christian Grüner) #7

The lower the frequency, the better range is the usual rule of thumb.
When you say optimal conditions, do you mean line of sight in a rural area?


Is both of your antennas pointing down and not obstructed by anything?
It doesnt take much before the distance is highly reduced

(Fernando Tortosa) #10

I could pass the optimal configuration, which goes in the “RTK ADJUSTMENT” or “BASE MODE” menu, to be able to fully exploit the performance of my team, for the moment a somewhat disconnected encounter.

(Tatiana Andreeva) #12

Hi @fernando.nt6,

Do you still experience the issue with LoRa?