Construct synthetic SBP position solution streams. Plays the stream(s) over a readable stream or HTTP.
You may specify points to interpolate between, to simulate a path. The paths will be randomly jittered and playback at the rate that you specify. It uses nanosecond-accurate timers to attempt to align messages to second and millisecond boundaries. Technically speaking this should work well up to 900hz, although practically speaking you will probably use something in the range of 1-20hz to test realistic-looking streams.
Install as a dependency to a project:
npm install --save sbp-synthetic-stream
Install CLI tool globally:
npm install --global sbp-synthetic-stream
Using the command-line tool
sbp-synthetic-stream --path "37.7755898502N,-122.511541278E,60;37.886690N,-121.155E,61" --num-streams 3 --ports 8080,8081,8082 --duration 10m --hz 2
Test with curl:
curl -vN http://localhost:8080 | sbp2jsoncurl -vN http://localhost:8081 | sbp2jsoncurl -vN http://localhost:8082 | sbp2json
You can install
sbp2json here via the Haskell project.
MIT license. See