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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.


Piksi Community Forum Feed

Using Single Piksi unit in combination with CORs to achieve RTK

Hello, New user here with the Piksi Multi. I am trying to use a single Piksi Multi to track our hybrid vehicle's position. We are hoping to log the vehicles real time position (Lon,Lat,Alt with...

Thomas Bowman | February 19, 8:00 PM UTC

Re: Alternative radios for SwiftNav Piksi Multi RTK

After some more testing, it seems to reach RTK floating mode for about a minute and then cut out. I am getting GPS information from the base station, but so so infrequently. I would say about 95% o...

Tayler Brumble | January 18, 11:40 PM UTC

Alternative radios for SwiftNav Piksi Multi RTK

Hello swiftnav-discuss, I am looking for a longer-range radio (up to 2 km) to use as a substitute for the Freewave 3DRs that came in the kit. I purchased a set of Laird CL4790 radios, and attempted...

Tayler Brumble | January 18, 9:51 PM UTC