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Re: [gpsd-users] [gpsd-dev] RoyalTek REB-5216 gnss module and some quest

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: [gpsd-users] [gpsd-dev] RoyalTek REB-5216 gnss module and some questions
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2019 15:33:31 -0800

Yo William!

On Sat, 12 Jan 2019 00:18:37 +0100
William Smith <address@hidden> wrote:

> Yep, those things were not really documented. I only had source.

Weird, it is like Qualcomm does not want customers.

> gpsmon with your commit doesn't show any regressions.
> It sees satellites, gets a fix, shows lat, lon, etc.

Good.  Progress.

> It is still not showing the time, though. The version of this
> self-built gpsd shows up as gpsd: 3.19-dev (revision
> dev-3.19a-232-g2301be0f)

Odd, that version should show time.  I'm decoding the MID 67,1
message which has both the time and the PV data in it.

What are you using to look?  cgps, gpsmon, gpspipe?

Can you get me the results of these two commands:

# gpspipe -w -x 30 > json.log
# gpspipe -R -x 30 > raw.log

I'm testing on a SiRFstarIV.  I can't get the speed change to work and
I'm not getting the subtype.  Since the port speed is only 4800 then
packets are probably dropping.

What is your port speed?

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