GPS raw problem
aleksander at aleksander.es
Wed Aug 19 08:43:53 PDT 2015
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 5:39 PM, Dan Williams <dcbw at redhat.com> wrote:
>> I have a Problem in RAW GPS, i enabled the gps-raw
>> root at wica:/# mmcli -m 0 --location-status
>> Location | capabilities: '3gpp-lac-ci, gps-raw, gps-nmea, cdma-bs'
>> | enabled: '3gpp-lac-ci, gps-raw, gps-nmea, cdma-bs'
>> | signals: 'no'
>> i enabled the gps-raw successfully, but when i try to get the Location dimntion i get error "Not Available"
>> root at wica:/# mmcli -m 0 --location-get-gps-raw
>> error: couldn't get raw GPS location from the modem: 'not available'
> Could you share what modem this is, or at least the manufacturer and
> whether it is MBIM, QMI, or AT-based? Does it actually expose a GPS
This looks like a QMI-based modem, maybe a MC7354 or similar (as it
also exposes CDMA BS location), so likely retrieving the NMEA traces
through QMI PDS service. But more details may help, yes.
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