What is the response of command lep with multiple tags


I have created a network of RTLS with 4anchors and 1 tag.
When I send command “lep” to get the location of the tag, I get below response:


In the above response, I wanted to know what does it means. So,

POS -> Position data
0 -> What does this means.
1082 -> This looks to be the Id of the tag
0.98 -> X
4.05 -> Y
2.14 -> Z
0 - > What does this means
0xA7 -> What does this mean.?

If I have two tags what would the response of the lep command will look like.?


Hello SAndrew,

You are using LEP with a listener which can report the position of all tags within UWB range.

[color=#333333][size=small]POS -> Position data[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]0 -> Index corresponding to the tags being[/size][size=small] reported. If the listener reports position of 3 tags, then there will be 3 lines with index 0 1 2. It allows to identify the tag by index and not by ID, which is quicker.[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]1082 -> This looks to be the Id of the tag. Correct[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small] 0.98 -> X[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]4.05 -> Y[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]2.14 -> Z[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]0 - > This is the quality factor. A 0 value indicates a poor accuracy. I would recommend to verify the coordinates of your anchors matches the actual world.[/size][/color]
[color=#333333][size=small]0xA7 -> The is a counter. It indicates how many positon has been calculated, and what is the count of the current one.[/size][/color]

[color=#333333][size=small]Thank you[/size][/color]

Thanks Yves

Just to confirm, so if I have 3 tags I would receive lep data something like below:


That’s right.