Hi, I have a working RTK system that route the signal as follow:
Base station send RTCM to 3DR radio transmitter. --> This go to a 3DR receiver radio connected directly to a mobile GPS uart port. The mobile GPS is RTK enable and then output a fully corrected GPS position that I can use for any purpose.
My initial plan was to send this corrected signal directly in the PIxhawk 2.4.8 GPS port that I have and used mission planner to move the rover around.
While googling, I realized that most of what I read on the net involve connecting the radio to the telem1 port and the GPS to the GPS port. If I do this the RTCM info will enter the pixhawk instead of the GPS. Will it find it way to the GPS port somehow or then it will be the pixhawk that will do the rtk correction by combining the attach GPS + the received telemetry rtcm signal? In other word, is the Pixhawk RTK capable?
Obviously, the second opition is better since the radio can also be use to send command to the rover while my initial plan “waste” a 3DR pair just to obtain a GPS correction.
what do you think about this?
thank you for your advices