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1. Choose a RTK network service, e.g. YouCors.
 
1. Choose a RTK network service, e.g. YouCors.
 
2. Create a Mount point and select a server with lowest latency.  
 
2. Create a Mount point and select a server with lowest latency.  
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3. Create a Client for the Mount point.
 
3. Create a Client for the Mount point.
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5. Open the mobile application of the RTK base. Add created NTRIP Client address address, Port and Password, Mount point name.
 
5. Open the mobile application of the RTK base. Add created NTRIP Client address address, Port and Password, Mount point name.
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6. Configure RTK base if needed.
 
6. Configure RTK base if needed.
  
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6. Launch DJI Pilot and go to RTK settings- specify NTRIP Host and each time press save to connect to the Host.
 
6. Launch DJI Pilot and go to RTK settings- specify NTRIP Host and each time press save to connect to the Host.
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7. When the connection is made the “RTK connected” status will be displayed.
 
7. When the connection is made the “RTK connected” status will be displayed.
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8. Open UgCS for DJI app and in the Menu choose DJI RTK Network Service Settings.  
 
8. Open UgCS for DJI app and in the Menu choose DJI RTK Network Service Settings.  
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9. Enter RTK Server address, port, password and mount point.
 
9. Enter RTK Server address, port, password and mount point.
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10. When UgCS for DJI is connected to the RTK the green NTRIP icon will be displayed in the top left corner.
 
10. When UgCS for DJI is connected to the RTK the green NTRIP icon will be displayed in the top left corner.
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Revision as of 07:18, 14 September 2020

How to connect DJI Phantom 4 RTK with UgCS

NTRIP SETUP SCHEME

Scheme.png


1. Choose a RTK network service, e.g. YouCors. 2. Create a Mount point and select a server with lowest latency.

YouCors.png

3. Create a Client for the Mount point.

Create Client.png

5. Open the mobile application of the RTK base. Add created NTRIP Client address address, Port and Password, Mount point name.

RTK base app.png


6. Configure RTK base if needed.

Rtk base settings.png

6. Launch DJI Pilot and go to RTK settings- specify NTRIP Host and each time press save to connect to the Host.

DJI Vision RTK.png

7. When the connection is made the “RTK connected” status will be displayed.

DJI Pilot Connected.png

8. Open UgCS for DJI app and in the Menu choose DJI RTK Network Service Settings.

Ugcs RTK Settings.png

9. Enter RTK Server address, port, password and mount point.

UgCS RTK setup.png

10. When UgCS for DJI is connected to the RTK the green NTRIP icon will be displayed in the top left corner.

UgCS Rtk connected.png