Is there any way to get the location of the stationary beacons via modem without using the Marvelmind Software? I have not seen anything on this so far, but I just wanted to see if this capability was available or not.
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- Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:29 pm
- Forum: FAQ
- Topic: How to read stationary beacon values using python ?
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See my post that you recently commented on for a way to do this.
You will need to add in the parsing of this data to your "Marvelmind.py" code. Here's a simple way that worked for me. At approximately line 180 (if you're using the original Marvelmind.py code), add the following: elif (isDistancesMessageDetected): HedgeAdr, b1, b1d, b2, b2d, b3, b3d, b4,...
I was trying to get the data via modem instead of from the hedge. With the update published today, should I be able to get the data with the modem now?
I'm using both the python and c libraries to work with the Marvelmind system. I am trying to get the raw distances using the C library, however, I never seem to receive a data packet with that data? I made sure I enabled the "Raw Distances" on the hedge in the Dashboard. Can someone please...