Setting Up GNSS Internet Radio
GNSS Internet Radio is a great tool for playing network corrections out of your PC’s serial port.
Put just the .exe file in a folder (bringing along other files that may be write protected will hand the tool):
Start the program:
Click on ‘Broadcaster’:
Enter your Host, Port, ID and Password, then click OK. It will take as long as 30 seconds to load a large source table (like PBO Realtime’s):
Click the ‘Settings’ button:
If you are going to pass incoming corrections out to a COM port for retransmission, select the ‘COM-Port’ radio button and click on ‘COM-Port Settings’:
If you are going to select a mount point, you need to check the ‘man. GGA’ box and set the GGA output location:
Enter the Latitude and Longitude in decimal degrees.
On the main menu, choose the correct ‘Stream’:
Finally, click on ‘Start’,
The blue bar will start to move across the screen.
Corrections will be played out the selected serial port.