[time-nuts] nuts about position
kb8tq at n1k.org
Tue May 1 09:12:05 EDT 2018
The “drops stuff” problem is exactly what I saw trying to run at lower baud rates.
The port is *not* full of data, there’s plenty of time to get it all out at a lower baud
rate. For some reason (buffers maybe) these modules start dropping data *way*
earlier than you would think they should.
> On Apr 30, 2018, at 10:48 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I once spent way too much time trying to get Heather to spit out a RINEX file from a Thunderbolt. I could never get any of the post-processors to accept it. The Thunderbolt's raw data needs to somehow be tweaked to be compatible and I didn't really know what I was doing.
> A LEA-6T seems to be able to cope with the data stream at it's default 9600 baud. I just tried a NEO-8N and it drops packets, etc. Even weirder, it does not output any of the requested packets that might be flooding the port, but still drops packets.
>> You mean that LH does not translate the data to the correct format *and* submit it for post processing ?????
> There *is* a lot of data when you turn all this stuff on. If you can get above 115K baud, it’s well worth it.
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