from message meshtastic.Config.PositionConfig
The minimum distance in meters traveled (since the last send) before we can send a position to the mesh if position_broadcast_smart_enabled
from field: uint32 broadcast_smart_minimum_distance = 10;
The minimum number of seconds (since the last send) before we can send a position to the mesh if position_broadcast_smart_enabled
from field: uint32 broadcast_smart_minimum_interval_secs = 11;
If set, this node is at a fixed position. We will generate GPS position updates at the regular interval, but use whatever the last lat/lon/alt we have for the node. The lat/lon/alt can be set by an internal GPS or with the help of the app.
from field: bool fixed_position = 3;
How long should we try to get our position during each gps_update_interval attempt? (in seconds) Or if zero, use the default of 30 seconds. If we don't get a new gps fix in that time, the gps will be put into sleep until the next gps_update_rate window.
from field: uint32 gps_attempt_time = 6;
(Re)define PIN_GPS_EN for your board.
from field: uint32 gps_en_gpio = 12;
Is GPS enabled for this node?
from field: bool gps_enabled = 4;
How often should we try to get GPS position (in seconds) or zero for the default of once every 30 seconds or a very large value (maxint) to update only once at boot.
from field: uint32 gps_update_interval = 5;
We should send our position this often (but only if it has changed significantly) Defaults to 15 minutes
from field: uint32 position_broadcast_secs = 1;
Adaptive position braoadcast, which is now the default.
from field: bool position_broadcast_smart_enabled = 2;
Bit field of boolean configuration options for POSITION messages (bitwise OR of PositionFlags)
from field: uint32 position_flags = 7;
(Re)define GPS_RX_PIN for your board.
from field: uint32 rx_gpio = 8;
(Re)define GPS_TX_PIN for your board.
from field: uint32 tx_gpio = 9;
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