Troubleshoot GNSS receiver problems

I’m having trouble getting a consistent fix on my GNSS receiver. I’ve checked for signal obstructions and updated the firmware, but the issue persists. What other steps can I take to troubleshoot this problem and improve the performance of my receiver? Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.

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Welcome to the community.
In order to render assistance, we would need more information on your set-up.
First of all:
What receiver(s) are you using?
What means are you hoping to receive corrections?

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Hi @kiakranthi,

Please also describe your receiver’s setup in addition to Adrian’s questions. It’ll help me to provide you with the necessary info.

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To troubleshoot this problem, there are a few additional steps that can be taken, such as checking the antenna connections, resetting the receiver to factory settings, adjusting the receiver’s signal settings, and checking for any environmental factors that may be affecting signal reception (such as nearby radio interference or weather conditions). It may also be helpful to consult the user manual for the specific GNSS receiver being used, as it may provide additional troubleshooting steps or advice

Hi @kiakranthi,

It’s a bit hard for me to say how to troubleshoot the issue further without the additional information. Please provide the answers to the following questions so I could help you:

  • What receivers are you using?
  • How do you configure the RTK link between them (LoRa, NTRIP, etc.)?
  • What are the environmental conditions that you work in?