This wiki documents Piksi v2.3.1 which was discontinued April 1st, 2017.
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What is Piksi?
Piksi is a high precision GPS receiver hardware platform with open-source firmware and hardware, implementing real-time kinematic (RTK) technology.
How do I use Piksi?
If you have Piksi, here are the basic steps to basic get it up and running.
How do I integrate Piksi into my application?
Now that you can use Piksi, let's review application integration strategies.
How do I modify Piksi?
Now that you understand Piksi integration, let's tackle Piksi development.
- Re: Effective range
Low/Zero effort testing with LoRa 915MHz (5dB antenna, 14dBm/25mW tx power) I have 3000ft (915m), and can maintain RTK Fixed driving around the local industrial park. With better antenna placement...
- Clive Turvey | August 22, 6:47 PM UTC
- Post Processing RINEX Files to Generate a Trajectory
I am using the Swift Multi Starter Kit and I'm having trouble creating a trajectory with quality of 1 (fixed points) using RTKPOST. The Swift console is showing that the Rover is receiving Fixe...
- Nathan Hubbard | August 17, 9:29 PM UTC
- Effective range
Hi, I would like to known the effective communication range (in "line-of-sight" or close to) that everyone already have experienced. Please describe your hardware (Antennas, Frequency, RF...
- Mike | August 11, 8:39 AM UTC