Purpose: The purpose of the this knowledge base document is to explain the potential interference caused by ports such as USB3.0 in interfering with satellite line of sight (LOS).
Last Updated: March, 2020
High-frequency devices, like high-speed processors or high-speed communication buses (say, USB3 or PCIExpress) are known to produce electromagnetic interference (EMI) in the 1.2 – 1.5 GHz range, where all GNSS signals reside.
Purpose: To provide clarity into known driver issue for Windows PC. This is a known issue for Inertial Labs products but unfortunately is at the fault of Windows. However, there is a solution.
Last Updated: October 2019
Issue: The root cause of this misbehaving mouse issue is that Windows immediately sees some data coming from a USB serial port when USB is connected, because unit is auto-started. Windows is known to treat this situation (traffic on a newly created serial port) as a serial mouse connected to that port. So, it captures the serial port with a serial mouse driver.