[time-nuts] Trimble Resolution SMT - good/bad/indifferent?
azelio.boriani at screen.it
Fri May 11 07:35:35 UTC 2012
OK, I see that indeed there are different views: in my opinion, for
example, it is good that the unit doesn't talk by itself. I prefer to
prepare the environment then command the unit to start talk or poll the
unit on a cyclic base. I found a Trimble monitor here:
not the 1.5 but maybe useful. I haven't tried it.
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 1:23 AM, <SAIDJACK at aol.com> wrote:
> There is the problem: I used the Trimble GPS Studio application that was
> posted here yesterday, that does not support the TEP protocol.. Will try
> GPS Monitor..
> Is the TrimbleMon available somewhere safe on the web? Can't seem to find
> it with Google.
> I got it working with Oncore12, and I am capturing 1PPS raw data already.
> Already noticed that while the signal strengths look good, there are way
> less Sats being seen than on the 50 channel receivers, and none of the
> ones are being decoded.
> In a message dated 5/10/2012 14:07:38 Pacific Daylight Time,
> holrum at hotmail.com writes:
> The receivers from fluke.l are the TEP version that emulates Motorola
> protocols by default. I used Trimble GPS Monitor V1.05 to set it for
> Select the Initialize Menu, Detect Receiver, click TEP protocol button.
> It then found the receiver and offered to enable it for TSIP. Then
> clicked SAVE CONFIG (so some such). I set it up for 9600,8,N,1 to make it
> easier to use with Lady Heather (default is 9600,8,Odd,1) using the
> Configuration menu.
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