Release 3.0.11.802

avoidthelloyd

Active Member
So we have to make a new RTN/TCP profile for both cellular and wifi? I wish I had not updated my LS+ at the moment. I don't have time to find out how I did all that again.

I was able to just use the single profile and if my internal cell modem wasn't working, I just connected to my cell phone (from a different company) that worked in that area and I simply got the corrections. I used both profiles without going back to the base. Is that gone now? If I want to get corrections via wifi, will I have to go back to the base and restart it with a different profile?

I don't understand what is meant with the "variety setting". Thanks.
 

Adam

Well-Known Member
5PLS
No, you need to edit your current profile to whichever (cell or wifi) you want to use at the time. You will not have to return to the base. This is on the rover end.
 

Brian Ray

New Member
I updated my regular LS and two LS+ units yesterday to the latest release version.
The regular LS seems to work fine, 2 engines and just clicking away.
Both LS+ units will only fix 1 engine, set up beside of the regular LS which has 2 engines fixed.
I've tried moving them to completely open sky, I've used my T1M with UHF and TCP and even used the regular LS as a base.

I'm getting corrections, but only 1 engine fixes. Anyone else had this issue?
They were working fine before the update.

Thanks,
Brian
 

Matthew D. Sibole

Well-Known Member
5PLS
I updated my regular LS and two LS+ units yesterday to the latest release version.
The regular LS seems to work fine, 2 engines and just clicking away.
Both LS+ units will only fix 1 engine, set up beside of the regular LS which has 2 engines fixed.
I've tried moving them to completely open sky, I've used my T1M with UHF and TCP and even used the regular LS as a base.

I'm getting corrections, but only 1 engine fixes. Anyone else had this issue?
They were working fine before the update.

Thanks,
Brian

Can you connect the units to remote assistance?
 

Brian Ray

New Member
Can you post a screenshot of engine screen that shows what signals each is using.
Thanks guys,
I just went out and set them up again to get some screen shots.
Started the T1M and the LS+ had 4 engines fixed !
Started the second LS+ and 4 engines fixed.

Not sure what was happening with them yesterday, but they seem to work today.
I'll try them again this weekend to make sure everythings okay.
Thanks again,
Brian
 

giulio

Member
I have recently received my LS + unit, latest firmware. Waiting for the regional network to be implemented with Galileo and Beidou, I am using it in RTN with Gps and Glonass corrections from a distance of about 18 km. The connection is good and there are no delays. Yesterday I had problems with fixing even with the sky clear. I would like to know in this situation what are the best settings and / or the profile to use. I tried to change the settings of the 4 motors, I was unable to add signals other than those A and D
20210704-12.09.08_00671_RTK_Engines.png
(

the others were highlighted in dark gray not selectable)
20210704-12.37.01_00671_Engine_2_Signals.png

this for all 4 engines, thus also losing the possibility of verification with variety
 

Matthew D. Sibole

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Press and hold “Auto Setup Engines” and there is a tab there with a check mark box about using the same signals, make sure it is checked and then hit auto setup engines again and see if you see the signals change.
 

Nate The Surveyor

Well-Known Member
Press and hold “Auto Setup Engines” and there is a tab there with a check mark box about using the same signals, make sure it is checked and then hit auto setup engines again and see if you see the signals change
Does this work with 2 engine firmware?
If so, this may be what I'm looking for.
Go to a field, press "auto setup engines"
Then after getting solid fix, then long press "auto setup engines", check the box, now go back into trees, and it remembers what signals are good?
I'll try it, but what do you think?
Thanks,
Nate
 

giulio

Member

Matt Johnson

Those are the only signals available so you have no other options.
In the sense that the RTN network does not transmit L1c, L2c and l5?
It seems strange.
Even more strange that I was unable to fix in the area with open sky
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, where with the Navcom Sf3040 I have never had any problems.
 

giulio

Member
I don't think it depends on the time but on the corrections I receive of the rtn network which seems to be only C / A and P2 (for 6 common gps satellites) (no l2c, p1, l1c, l5). I do not understand why
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but the frequency table has been changed, the letters no longer correspond and even the numbers on the left side of motors 1-6 have become letters.
tabella.JPG

before
numeri.JPG

now

RTK_Engines.png
 

giulio

Member
20210705-18.42.44_00671_General_Profiles.png
20210705-18.54.23_00671_WiFi.png
20210705-18.54.39_00671_WiFi.png
20210705-18.54.58_00671_Auto_Setup_Strategy.png


Today with more satellites I was able to fix, however the 4 motors always have only the A and D frequencies (both gps and glonass)
20210705-18.52.05_COLLECT_GNSS.png
 

Matthew D. Sibole

Well-Known Member
5PLS
Your mount point appears to only be broadcasting GPS and Glonass (RTCM 3). You need to find a mount point that broadcasts all constellations (RTCM3 MSM3 or MSM4).
 

giulio

Member
Yes, as written before, broadcasting is only gps and glonass. So rtcm 3 is fine, but I don't understand why I can't select l2c, l1c, L5
 
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