I appreciate your help with this. The objective is to use two precise RTK positions from two GNSS antennas and two M2 recievers to determine a static orientation. An IMU/ MEM using the earth’s magnetic field is not precise enough for my purposes. Again, I am not using one GNSS antenna, but two, one for each M2.
The M2’s find a RTK solution by using corrections derived from the RTCM3 messages transmitted from the base, and received through the LoRa radio. The real question for me is how does the M2 communicate with the LoRa Radio, and how to share messages from the LoRa radio with the second M2 receiver? My original question was if the M2’s were designed with this in mind, but as we both suspect, it likely is not, otherwise it would be a selling point and documentation on that capability would exist. The only way to to make it work would be to have some TTL logic or more likely a micro-controller between the LoRa radio and the individual M2’s to manage the communication, but then I would have to reverse engineer the communication protocols and I’m not going to get into that at the moment. The easiest thing for me to do is install the second radio as planned and hope Emlid puts some effort into providing this functionality in the future.
Thanks again for your help,