I have a Digitalyatch dualnav GPS
outputting at 115200 baud to a serial
server rs422 to rj45 tcp/ip server. Connection in in opencpn
is TCP 10.8.1.10 port 50000 - and this works fine.
I'm trying to use NMEA
connection output to a Sailor 6222 DSC
class A vhf
to feed the VHF
with position date for the DSC
function. The VHF is 4800 baud.
According to the VHF's manual, General DSC specifications is:
GLL RMC ZDA GGA VTG GNS
I want to feed the output over TCP to the serial
The serial server is capable of 115200 baud, but can also be configuered for 4800 bad as required by the VHF. My question is: The GPS
giving position to opencpn
is configured at 115200 baud, but the VHF is only 4800 baud. Is there any way I can filter nmea
sentences sent out so that I can successfully give required position data to the VHF at 4800 baud from the 115200 baud input to the system ??