RTK - Setup RTK for M3E - Network RTK

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Setup RTK connection in the Dronelink App Flight Dashboard, and monitor the RTK connection.

Toggle RTK on and off in the flight dashboard, setup Custom Network RTK and D-RTK2 Mobile Stations and monitor connection status. Learn how to setup RTK below.

You can also toggle on and off RTK, and make changes, with RTK commands in a mission plan.

D-RTK2 is not officially supported. No additional information will be displayed then what is shown below for the Network RTK.

Supported Drones: M3E

Not Tested Drones / Beta: M300RTK, M30

For legacy drones with RTK: P4PRTK, M210RTK - See this article to setup RTK

 

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Step 1 - Open RTK Menu from Drone Settings Menu in Flight Dashboard

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Step 2 - Select Custom RTK or D-RTK2 Mobile Station

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Step 3 - Input Network RTK Service Details and Select Start Transferring

Input, NTRIP host, Port, username, password, and mountpoint details.

You must be connected to the network to establish a connection.

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Step 4 - View RTK Connection Status and Flight Status

When the RTK connection is established and fully connected, all indicators will show green, along with the RTK under the satellite indicator.

 

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If the RTK Positioning Status shows: Single Point or Float, the drone will not be able to take-off until Fixed Point is displayed, or RTK is disabled. 

 

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The drone flight status will update based on the RTK connection. If you cannot establish a good enough connection, then you should disable RTK.

 

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