The GNSS availability section provides a pie chart that displays the average number of satellites tracked. If during the period of tracking the receiver could not track any satellites it will display the longest period without any satellites.
Average Strength of usable satellites
The average satellite strength bar chart will display the average strength in dBHz of the useable satellites that were logged.
The "Started" text indicates when the logging began.
The "Running" text indicates how long the logging has been running.
The schedule button allows you to configure a time at which the GNSS log will be gathered. When clicked a new window will appear and prompt you for a beginning time (in local time) and a duration of the log.
Enter the local time at which the log gathering is to begin. By default, logging will begin immediately if no time is input.
Enter the length of time that logging will occur. By default, if no option is selected the log will go indefinitely and will go until manually stopped.
Log to File
The log to file check box will ensure that all logging that is done to an .xml file. Once this option is selected you will be prompted to choose a location of where you would like to store the file.
The information that is logged to the file will consist of: Time, latitude, longitude, height, GNSS receiver state, and the satellite vehicle identifier, used/not used for timing status, signal strength, azimuth and elevation of each tracked satellite.
The time and date used in the log file is in UTC and is derived from the data and time settings on the host PC.
Disable Automatic Logout
When the disable automatic logout checkbox is selected, the session timeout enforced by the group policy will be overwritten. This will prevent the log from being interrupted by the session timeout.
The reset button in the control field will allow you to reset the existing log and clear all existing statistics.
You will be prompted to confirm before any statistics are cleared.