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VB3i NTRIP

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Network RTK utilises one or more Continuous Operating Reference Stations (CORS) to provide RTK data to a GNSS Rover, usually via mobile internet. The most common method of Network RTK involves a two-way communication link which allows the roving vehicle to send its position to a service provider that is monitoring satellite observations from several reference stations around a country.
 

Most network RTK systems are internet based and utilise a protocol called NTRIP (Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol). A constant internet connection is required to receive corrections, which can be done via a cellular modem, such as VBOX NTRIP, or a smart phone.

NTRIP - Android Bluetooth Connection

NTRIP - Modem Configuration

NTRIP - Modem Connection

NTRIP - PC Bluetooth Connection

NTRIP - PC Wired Connection

 

 

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