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.
One response to “Setting Up GNSS Internet Radio to Play NTRIP Corrections out the Serial Port”
I have been looking for a download of this software for a bit, can you recommend a site?