Monthly Archives: December 2019
If you have watched my video (https://youtu.be/VHI4dwVbGbI ) and read the accompanying document ( http://igage.com/v/bin/WMDC_Win10_CreatorsEdition_Fix_RevB.pdf ) then you should have some idea that WMDC is disabled by default in Windows 10 and you have to ‘do some stuff’ to make it work again.
When you uncheck the box, instead of using RNDIS the connection is made by a virtual serial port service.
RNDIS is an embedded USB RNDIS host class driver provides a virtual Ethernet link over USB. Remote Network Driver Interface Standard (RNDIS) is a Microsoft proprietary protocol.
Unchecking the box is easy and results in a working system most of the time.
However, checking the box makes data transfers MUCH more reliable and over 3 times faster in most instances.
The problem with checking the box is most firewalls actively block WMDC over RNDIS.
The linked document shows how to edit the Windows Defender Firewall to allow WMDC to work…. [ continue reading: WMDC_RNDIS_007 ]
Your Base / Rover RTK pair used to have great radio range … but something has changed and now you can only go a short distance from the base before the rover loses lock.
This is a common complaint and there are several standard issues that contribute to this issue:
- Multiple Users on Same Frequency
- Receiver (Rover) Sensitivity Setting
- Base Output Power
- CSMA Throttling
- Bad Antennas
- Bad Antenna Connectors
- Internal COAX Failures
For some extra background and solutions, checkout this FAQ [ iGx_RadioRangeProblems_003 ]