Smart Radio LTE Failover: Hardware Setup
Fig. 2 shows the hardware setup used in
Fig. 2 – Hardware Setup
Of note is that ETH1 should be connected to
the LTE Modem. Aside from that, the Smart Radio is setup for typical usage.
Smart Radio LTE Failover: Device Configuration
Device Configuration In our example, we assume that we have PC 1 connected to Smart Radio 1 at ETH0, and Smart Radio 1 is connected to LTE Modem 1 from ETH1. Likewise, PC 2 is connected to Smart Radio 2 at ETH0 and Smart Radio 2 is connected to LTE ...
Smart Radio LTE Failover: Introduction
Introduction This application note describes how to use LTE as a failover for the Smart Radio’s Mesh Rider wireless link. Smart Radio LTE Failover is an optional add-on license to the Mesh Rider OS to create highly resilient private wireless ...
Smart Radio LTE Failover: System Overview
System Overview The system which we will demonstrate is shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 1 – LTE Failover System SIM Cards In this demonstration, we use SIM cards that support Internet of Things and M2M connectivity. The LTE service provider should be able ...
Smart Radio LTE Failover: Testing
Testing As a first test, we performed a hard disconnect on the Mesh Rider signal while pinging one radio from the other. The ping was performed at a 1 second interval with a 1 second timeout. From the results, only one sequence number was missing ...
Integration of Smart Radio with QGroundControl and the Pixhawk 4 Flight Controller: System Setup
System Setup Hardware setup with Pixhawk By default, the Pixhawk 4 supports telemetry on serial ports TELEM1 and TELEM2. The Smart Radio UART pinout can be found in the Smart Radio Integration Guide . For details on how to setup a serial to ...