[time-nuts] Trimble Resolution SMT - good/bad/indifferent?

SAIDJACK at aol.com SAIDJACK at aol.com
Thu May 10 23:23:20 UTC 2012

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 with 
 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 WAAS 
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 TSIP.  

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 Recever 
Configuration menu.         

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