We don't distribute PointPerfect corrections data over the NTRIP protocol. Instead, we use the MQTT protocol for fast and efficient delivery.
u-blox uses the MQTT protocol to deliver PointPerfect corrections data. This method ensures that dynamic keys and corrections are delivered quickly and efficiently, which is essential for achieving an RTK fix solution.
To get the corrections data to the ZED-F9 module, the MQTT broker sends it to the MQTT Client, which then passes it on. The module decrypts and consumes the correction, enabling accurate and reliable positioning data.
If you're looking to evaluate our system, we recommend using u-center because it has a built-in MQTT Client. However, we also provide a Python sample script for a PointPerfect MQTT client that you can use as a reference if you prefer to create your own MQTT Client solution.