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DL-4 DL-V script Example

For those that only want to use the command line to configure a DL-V3 and a DL-4 for receiver settings not accessible within the DL tool, here is an example list of commands to setup a powerup group in the DL-4 / DL-V3 receiver. These commands can also save as a script file to send to the receiver via your favorite terminal program. An example script. Here are the contents below

GROUP CLEAR

GROUP ADD POWERUP

GROUPDGPSTXID SET POWERUP RTCA BS01

GROUPFIXPOS SET POWERUP 51.45000000000 -114.45000000000 1059.8030

GROUPINTERFACEMODE SET POWERUP COM1 NOVATEL NOVATEL OFF

GROUPINTERFACEMODE SET POWERUP COM2 NONE RTCA OFF

GROUPCOM SET POWERUP COM2 19200

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE RAWEPHEMB ONCHANGED 0

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP COM2 RTCAOBS ONTIME 1

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP COM2 RTCAREF ONTIME 10

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE RANGEB ONTIME 1

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE BESTPOSB ONTIME 1

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE VERSIONB ONCE

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE DGPSTXIDB ONCE

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE GLOEPHEMERISB ONCHANGED

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE GLOCLOCKB ONCHANGED

GROUPLOG ADD POWERUP FILE ALMANACB ONCHANGED

GROUPUSE START POWERUP

CURRENTGROUP

LOG GROUPDEF

 

So you can see the main sets of commands to set up a group.

For group commands..GROUP SET

For group logs GROUPLOG ADD

To commence logging GROUPUSE START

Save these commands to a file and use a terminal program  to send this file to the receiver. 

You can still query the receiver immediately afterwards to confirm the group was received (notice the LOG GROUPDEF in the example script) It is also recommended to communicate with the receiver at 9600 so that the commands sent to the receiver slow enough for the receiver to process and execute.