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Posted 03 February 2015 - 10:05 AM

Hi Paol,
I wrote previously about the js810, which became a discussion about the easyroad gt98, but I think you've misunderstood the issue.
This device has recently changed its gprs protocol. There is an extra #46000. Previously, the js810 could be configured as an easyroad gt98. Now it no longer does, because the new extra bit in the protocol seems to lead to the gps information then being empty (the gps info is no longer being recognised, because the extra parameter is pushing it forwards).
Please look at the protocol for the easyroad gt98 and I'm sure you'll find it to be as below, but without the #46000.
It won't be enough to change the protocol for the easyroad gt98, because obviously many devices on the old protocol still exist. So I propose that a copy of this device is created, same image, but called a js810, with the different protocol below.

When has gps signal
#356823038097544##0#0000#AUT#1#46000#V#11351.4372,E,2234.54525,N,000.00,332#020212#070001##
46000 is the country code

When no GPS signal:
#356823038097544##0#0000#AUT#1#46000#24900FFB#11351.4372,E,2234.54525,N,000.00,332#020212#070001##

24900FFB is the based station information
46000 is the country code

Do you understand what I mean? Basically, there is no device that supports the above protocol, to my knowledge. The easyroad gt98 does not work for this protocol, because of the extra #46000.

I would really like a new device to be mapped to a new port, for the above protocol, unless one already exists. It is very similar to easyroad gt98, as well as a few others all using this old protocol, but they no longer work as the protocol has been updated.

Thanks




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