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[EN - SOURCE] Documentation status
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Red status: Contents of this chapter still need software development. Do not write it yet.
Blue status: Software development of this chapter is finished. You can write/update it and take screenshots.
Green status: Documentation of this chapter is finished and ready for translation.

Guidelines to collaborate: https://sailoog.gitbooks.io/openplotter-...ation.html

Chapters:
  • Introduction(link)
  • FAQ
  • How to collaborate (link)
    • Documentation (link)
  • How does it work?
  • What do you need? (link)
    • Self powered USB Hub (link)
    • USB WiFi dongle (link)
    • USB GPS dongle (link)
    • NMEA 0183 to USB converter (link)
    • CAN-USB Stick (link)
    • USB DVB-T dongle (link)
    • IMU sensor (link)
    • Environment sensors (link)
    • 1W temperature sensor (link)
  • Wiring I2C sensors
  • OP Tabs (link)

... We are reviewing the rest of chapters to evaluate the status...
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Suggested an addition to the NMEA 0183 to USB page:

"In general, if you have a TX+ and a TX- and/or a RX- and RX+ you have a RS422 interface. If you ave a RX and a TX and a ground you have an RS232 interface"

created a pull request.
Of course open for discussion or rejection if not true or incorrect
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(07-24-2017, 05:52 PM)Sjoerd02 Wrote: Suggested an addition to the NMEA 0183 to USB page:

"In general, if you have a TX+ and a TX- and/or a RX- and RX+ you have a RS422 interface. If you ave a RX and a TX and a ground you have an RS232 interface"

created a pull request.
Of course open for discussion or rejection if not true or incorrect

Merged, thanks!
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#4
i have done a little update on this page submited for your approval .
https://sailoog.gitbooks.io/openplotter-...eiver.html
SDR receiver updated
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ckrt51f6yfkz71w/aisodf.odt?dl=0
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