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on 09 December 2014 02:16 PM

Driver for the Odom MB1 multibeam system.120 degree system.

Setup Form:

  • Use RTA Interface – Normally checked on. Receive motion and heading corrections via the Real Time Appliance interface. With this option, all time tagging is done outside HYPACK and HYSWEEP survey.
  • Log Snippets – Check this box to log raw data to a *.MB1 file. The MB1 file is used for snippet post processing.
  • Max Beams Used (Per Head) – Number of beams logged by HYSWEEP survey. Normally 240, although the MB1 is capable of 512 beams.

Connection:

Network interface using UDP datagrams. In testing on the Odom boat, the HYPACK computer IP address was set at 192.168.1.4.

  • Port – Default is 56002.
  • Internet address – 127.0.0.1 or address of the MB1 top side unit.

Network Test:

  • UDP Connect – Click to view the unparsed network messages.

Offsets:

  • Sonar Head 1 – Enter location and patch test offsets. Latency should be 0.
  • MRU Offsets – MRU offsets should be entered when using the RTA interface.
  • Heading Offset (Yaw) – Enter when using the RTA interface.

Setup in HYPACK Hardware

When using the RTA interface, setup the GPS.DLL driver as shown.

 



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