J-Field 3.0.5.286, OS 4.4.190.4, GNSS 3.7.7.191225, JMate 0.0.1.669

Eugene Aksyonov

Administrator
JAVAD GNSS
5PLS
J-Field:
- added GNSS Firmware with triple engines support
- added J-Mate Support
- redesigned TLS2TLS Messenger for User To User Communication.
- new GNSS status screen
- added an ability to configure RTK Engines for particular signals and systems
- redesigned "Action" screens Collect, Stake
- fixed most of known issues

OS:
- improved Bluetooth support
- improved software installer

GNSS Firmware:
- added two Engines
- added Galileo, Beidou
- improved RTK
- combined three firmware engines into single firmware 6Eng, 2Eng, Standard GPS+GLO

J-Mate:
- improved optic recognition
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
I have been using RTCM 3 MSM3 Short for Uhf and RTCM 3 MSM 4 Short for TCP corrections. You can change it in the uhf configuration in base rover set up
 

Jim White

Member
Is there some documentation as to what firmware to use in what situation, and what the symbols on the GNSS page mean?
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Here are some settings I use for Multi Constellation 2 engine and 6 engine. These settings are just my opinion and I encourage users to adjust to your liking. Just be careful and have some redundancy.

Boundary 2 engine rtk
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Topo 2 engine RTK - I use 4 second min duration and pay attention to the dist to last white box

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I did some testing with the 2 engine RTK that has really shown some impressive results regarding 2 engine fixes. I set the min duration to off, min epochs of 2,
and min rtk engines of 2. I let it run most of the day in an area that has large tall oaks but no leaves, also the LS was about 2 feet from a 12" oak. Below you can see I had 310 points within .2' and no bad fixes what so ever. I'm not recommending anyone use these settings below, just wanted to let ya'll know the strategy with 2 engine rtk is different than with 6 engine rtk.

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QUICKSETUP-STOP_20200116-07.26.58.png


You will need to adjust some of your profiles to min engines less than 2 for your topo and boundary profiles or no data will ever be collected.




For 6 engine Multi Constellation RTK I use the same settings that I have been using with the Standard RTK.
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
I've tested it and the results are very interesting, but it still needs to be proved out with field use and more field use. If in fact a 2 engine fix is nearly always right then we are in for some fun surveying. I asked for a setting that would accept after a certain number (2) engines fixed for the boundary profile. That way you could click along with 1 engine fixes going the full 180 or 240 but if at any point the second engine fixes and is within the confidence gaurd the shot would be finished.
 
For those of us still using a T2 for a base, should we update or not. Is there any advantages that we would benefit from now. Seems a lot changes have been made and I don't want to mess up my system.
Thanks, Ron
 

Jim Frame

Well-Known Member
Updating to this release stomped on my TCP settings somehow, such that I'm not able to use my T2 base with a Jetpack. Shawn helped me get the WiFi setting changed (from Auto to Wireless LAN), but still no-go. I recall from past troubleshooting that the port number can be an issue, 8002 versus 8010, but I get lost in the settings screens. I made some notes last time this happened, complete with screenshots, but apparently not enough of them. How do I get to the TCP Server Configuration Screen?

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Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Tap on the right hand side where it says wifi. Uncheck auto DHCP. Make sure dmz address matches what is set in jetpack settings.
 

Jim Frame

Well-Known Member
The screenshot I posted is the screen I can't find. The shot is from a couple of years ago. How do I get to it?
 

Jim Frame

Well-Known Member
Okay, I found it, and all the entries are okay. But when I go to the WiFi screen, my RTN Status cycles through INIT, CONNECTING and ERROR TIMEOUT. Any ideas?
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
I can take a look in an hour or two if your able to set it up and put in rams.
 
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