With an Android Smartphone¶
Using the OpenRTK330L EVK to evaluate the module requires
- the installation the “OpenRTK” Android App: provides 4G access to NTRIP server over the internet
- Micro-USB connection to a PC for power and data logging connection
“OpenRTK” App Installation¶
- Scan the QR code below or click here to download the Android apk installation file. Make sure your Android version is 8.0 or above.
- Open the downloaded APK file to install the App
Please grant the OpenRTK App access to run in Android system’s backend.
- Connect the OpenRTK330 EVB to a PC via a Micro-USB cable, then connect the EVB with a GNSS antenna, checking the LED lights for working status
- YELLOW: flashing light indicating GNSS chipsets is powered on with valid 1PPS signal output
- GREEN: flashing light indicating OpenRTK330L INS App is running correctly with valid GNSS signal receiving
- Enable “Bluetooth” function and “Location” access right for “OpenRTK” App on your Anroid device
- Open the “OpenRTK” Andorid App, as shown by the picture below, go to the “Connect” tab and click the “search” icon (right bottom) to search for your device. If your OpenRTK330 device is found, a Bluetooth device ID appears on the “Connect” list. By factory setting, the Bluetooth device ID is “OpenRTK_<four digits>” and the four digits are the last four digits of your OpenRTK330 module S/N. Click your Bluetooth device ID and if connected successfully, a notification appears
- Besides, detailed Bluetooth connection and user configuration information of the device can be found on the lower window of the “Log” tab, and NMEA GGA messages are reporting the OpenRTK330 device position on the upper window of the “Log” tab.
- Map Presentation
- NTRIP Configuration
- User Configuration.
From anyone of the four tabs, you can access the menu for user configuration by clicking the icon “≡” at the upper left corner
Click “Device Advanced”: user can change and save OpenRTK330 device settings, like Bluetooth ID, lever arm and so on.
Click “Developer Option”: user can configure the Android App on map presentation and switch on/off of saving positioning results (NMEA GGA messages only) to Android phone storage. The defualt storage path is “Android/data/com.aceinna.rtk/files/log”
- Data Logging
In the mobile use case, user still needs a PC to log the device output data into files, the OpenRTK Android app doesnot log data on the phone. Refer to the previous section “With a PC” for data logging details.