Tech Support by OS - Linux

Connect a RTK TOP608BT GNSS receiver to a Linux machine.

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Below diagram showing the data flow of this implementation: Step by step setup Instructions: Step 1:Configure NTRIP for the TOP608BT RTK GNSS Receiver via another Android device. Please refer to this step by step instruction. Step 2:Please plug the USB connector of the TOP608BT to a Linux machine. For detail, please refer to this document. Congratulations! Your RTK GNSS receiver has been successfully set up. The high accuracy location data from the RTK GNSS receiver is ready to use for your applications of the Linux machine.    

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How to connect an usb GPS receiver with a Raspberry PI?

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I created this step by step instructions by using Raspbian. Possibly there might be a slight difference if you are using another Linux distribution in RaspberryPI but they should be very similar.  1. Plug in the GPS receiver After plugging in a GPS / GNSS receiver through the USB port, your GPS should be automatically configured. To verify, type the below command. ls /dev/tty*  You will see the “/dev/ttyACM0” has been created automatically. To further verify if the GPS has been bound to this folder. please type  sudo cat /dev/ttyACM0 The GPS input stream show similar to the below If...

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How to connect an usb GPS receiver with a Linux computer?

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I created this step by step instructions on Ubuntu. Possibly there might be a slight difference if you are using another Linux distribution, but they should be very similar.  1. Plug in the GPS receiver After plugging in a GPS / GNSS receiver through the USB port, your GPS should be automatically configured. To verify, type the below command. ls /dev/tty*  You will see the “/dev/ttyACM0” has been created automatically. To further verify if the GPS has been bound to this folder. please type  sudo cat /dev/ttyACM0 The GPS input stream shows similar to the below If you can see the...

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