ITDETECTCONFIG

Enable interference detection on receiver

Platform:

OEM719, OEM729, OEM7500, OEM7600, OEM7700, OEM7720, PwrPak7, CPT7, CPT7700, SMART7

This command is used to enable or disable interference detection on the receiver. It is applicable to both Spectral Analysis Detection and Statistical Analysis Detection at the same time. Detection can be enabled on all RF paths, only one RF path (L1, L2, or L5), or no RF paths. By default, only the RF paths connecting to the first antenna are enabled.

To start interference detection on the secondary antenna of dual antenna receivers (OEM7720, PwrPak7D, PwrPak7D-E1, PwrPak7D-E2 and CPT7), use the ITDETECTCONFIG_1 command. The interference detection results for the secondary antenna are shown in the ITDETECTSTATUS_1 log.

Enabling interference detection on both antennas slows down interference detection. In most installations, the primary and secondary antennas will be impacted by the same interference signal. Therefore, enabling interference detection on both antennas will slow down detection and may provide only limited benefits.

Message ID: 2143

Abbreviated ASCII Syntax:

ITDETECTCONFIG RFPath [reserved1] [reserved2] [reserved3]

Factory Default:

ITDETECTCONFIG all

ASCII Example:

ITDETECTCONFIG L1

ITDETECTCONFIG none

Field

Field Type

ASCII Value

Binary Value

Description

Format

Binary Bytes

Binary Offset

1

ITDETECTCONFIG header

-

-

Command header. See Messages for more information.

-

H

0

2

RFPath

See Table: RF Path Selection

RF path selected for detection. By default, all paths are turned on. The receiver will cycle through all active paths.

Enum

4

H

3

reserved1

0

Reserved parameter

Ulong

4

H+4

4

reserved2

0

Reserved parameter

Ulong

4

H+8

5

reserved3

0

Reserved parameter

Ulong

4

H+12

RF Path Selection

ASCII Value

Binary Value

Description

NONE

0

Turn off detection on all paths

ALL

1

Turn on detection on all paths (cycle through all active paths)

L1

2

Turn on detection only on L1 path

L2

3

Turn on detection only on L2 path

L5

4

Turn on detection only on L5 path