UBLOX F9P FOR GEODETIC MEASUREMENT
Keywords:Low-cost device, GNSS, Ublox, Raspberry PI, GSM module
This article brings knowledge of the settings of the Ublox ZED-F9P device, which will allow to use this receiver to build-up a simple low-cost GNSS device. The settings for the rover and base station functions are different and need to be done very accurately. Next we present a wiring scheme of the Ublox receiver with the Arduino system which as a whole device will enable the full functionality of the GNSS receiver as it is known from commonly used commercial devices. Ublox receiver was tested on accuracy and solution stability, results are shown in the article. At our department we create devices usable for teaching students as users or developers.
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