Configuring an Intuicom RTK Bridge

Configuring an Intuicom RTK Bridge
Configuring an Intuicom RTK Bridge
Over the past few weeks we have received a number of calls regarding how to configure an Intuicom RTK
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Bridge, and thus we thought it would be helpful to develop an article that guides you through the process of
properly configuring the bridges in order to connect to MyWay RTK.
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Intuicom C RTK Bridge Configuration
The first step to configuring these bridges is to download Tera-Term 4.69 http://logmett.com/index.php?/
download/tera-term-469.html and then install the program on the laptop you plan to use to configure the bridge.
In the past you may have used HyperTerminal; however, we incurred so many issues with HyperTerminal
sending the 700 command to the modem, that we now recommend Tera-Term. Below are the steps needed to
configure the bridge:
Step 1: Open Tera-Term, choose Serial Connection, then Click Setup, Serial and change to 19200.
Step 2: Insert the power data cable into P1 on the Bridge. Then, connect the Serial cable to your laptop and power the bridge. Wait about 30 seconds for the Bridge to start up, then type “700” and hit enter. You will not see the 700 you typed on your laptop screen, but rest assured Tera-Term will send the command once you hit enter. You will then see the following screen:
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Step 3: Select option #1 to enter the Server IP, Server Port, NTRIP Mountpoint, Authentication and Data
port Baud. Below is a screenshot of how the Profile should be configured.
Once the Bridge is configured, hit the Esc button until the bridge restarts. If you leave the bridge connected to
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and need to contact Tech-Support at MyWay RTK, please be sure to keep this screen open as we may ask for
some of the information that is displayed as your modem tries to connect to MyWay RTK. Now that the modem is
configured and connected to MyWay RTK, power down the modem. Next, move the power data cable to the P2
lemo connector, connect the serial cable to your GPS unit, and power up the modem.
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The new Intuicom M series has software on the included CD that you can use to configure the M series.
Install the software and connect the serial cable labeled “P1” to your laptop. Then, power the bridge, open the
software and click Connect. You should then see the following screen:
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Then click the Config Mode button to configure the Profiles. Now you will be able to enter the Server
Hostname, Server Port, Mountpoint name, Authentication and P2 Baud. Below is a screenshot of how the
Profile should be configured.
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Be sure that the Connection Mode is set at NTRIP 1.0 or your bridge will not get connected to
MyWay RTK. After you have entered the required information, click the Status Mode button and
your modem will connect to MyWay RTK.
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