Sorry if this is a stupid question, but is there a possibility to retain the GPS receiver in a “warm state” when the Python engine goes wild, in my case typically as a result of a cellular network failure?
In such cases I am letting the watchdog take command after 10 seconds to restart the engine.
But unfortunately, the restart also drops GPS power and then I need to reissue AT$GPSP=1. That causes a loss of navigational result for approx. 60 seconds.
Any way to overcame this pause of navigation, after the watchdog being triggered? Or at least a way to minimize this pause?
How is the restart by watchdog made?
Good question. I have set MOD.watchdogEnable(20). But there might be another, hw based watchdog, I must check.
Would this make a difference?
A software reboot can be of course different than a hardware reboot/shutdown/restart.
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