Did anyone manage to get NMEA sentences output via the GPSNMEA SMD channel? We are running our own Linux kernel on these modules (no Legato etc) and while we have a driver in place that opens the GPSNMEA SMD channel we can’t get any NMEA sentences out of this channel. Is there some magic involved that activates this NMEA output?
How about the following
echo “$GPS_START” > /dev/nmea
Thanks, tried that already - but no luck. I think this only works for the EM/MC modules.
How about initiate the gps fix by at!gpsfix and if there is anything on /dev/nmea
GPS autostart enabled. AT!GPSLOC reports the location too but no NMEA output.
Output from ‘cat /sys/kernel/debug/smd/ch’ also shows the SMD channel as open:
10|GPSNMEA |P|APPS |OPENED |0x02000|0x00000|0x00000|DCCiwrsB|0x00000
| | |MDMSW|OPENED |0x02000|0x00000|0x00000|dCciwrsb|0x00000
I tried on WP77 R9, I can see the NMEA frame in “cat /dev/nmea” after the following:
root@fx30:~# gnss start
root@fx30:~# gnss stop
Yes, but gnss is a Legato process - and therefore not available to me. If I knew excactly what ‘gnss start’ does … Looks like I will have to dig through the Legato sources …
The platform adaptor for gnss uses QMI on the WP76xx platform. No source code available for that platform adaptor …
I’ve just got my NMEA sentences to flow like water. The gps turned out to be disabled. Check with at!custom?. Not much else indicated that was the case and since it was enabled by default on my WP7702 I didn’t think of it from the beginning.
All working now. NMEA now also flowing like water here :-). SMD i/f driver for the GPSNMEA channel plus the $GPS_START did the trick.