@ardusimple. Although you explained it earlier but I request you to explain once again.
Can I use empty XBee USB of rover simple RTK2board to get RTCM correction stream from NTRIP client ? If yes, then Which TX/RX pins of UART2 to be connected to empty which XBee TX/RX pins so that XBee USB can be used as COM PORT for getting output of NTRIP client in rover PC ? Do I need to power
UART2 TX/RX pins also with external 3.3V power ?
Yes, you can use XBee USB to receive RTCM corrections.
- You can’t use a radio connected to XBee socket or UART2 at the same time
- You need to bridge TX and RX pins of the XBee socket
- You need to configure the board as follows:
- UART2 protocol in: RTCM
- UART2 protocol out: none
- UART2 baudrate/databits/…: according to the device you connect to the XBee mini USB port providing RTCM corrections
Sir, few more questions as I know a very little about TX/RX pins :
1- how to ‘ bridge’ TX/RX pins ? What is meant by bridging ? Do I need connect board TX2-XBeeTX & board RX2-XBee RX or the other way ? Which ground pins to be connected ?
2- How to power the pins ?
3- I will not connect any device to XBee USB. I will just use it to have a free COM PORT to get correction stream in Lefebure NTRIP client. Can I use it for this purpose ?
@ardusimple,I would highly appreciate if you can explain board UART2 TX2/RX2 ————XBee TX/RX ,GND & power pin connections pictorially by diagram for using XBee USB.
P.S., I am not going to use XBee USB for using radio but for COM PORT for connecting to Lefebure NTRIP client for getting RTCM correction stream.
Can you please explain me by pictorial representation ‘bridging’ TX/RX pins of XBee socket, giving power & GND connections to provide RTCM input into rover UART2 from Lefebure NTRIP client via XBee USB ?