Web Device Management UI for long-range wireless video data link transmitter and receiver
Users can view the current parameter configuration through the Web devices management UI and modify it according to the needs of the application, the user can access the device through the Network Port Browser, and the default IP address of the Sky end is 192.168.1 12, the default address of the ground end is 192.168.1 11.
Note: To change any configuration parameters via the web UI, users need to reboot the hardware system for the changed configuration to take effect.
Local IP: Nearby your computer, almost is the wireless video data receiver’s IP address;
Remote IP: Nearby the camera, almost it the wireless video data transmitter’s IP address.
Group IP: If you do not want to use broadcast mode, you can use multicast mode, the above Remote IP is changed to the multicast address, and all devices participating in multicast reception need to configure the same multicast address.
192.168.1.255 represents broadcast mode transmission
192.168.1.x represents point-to-point transmission
Note: DLB only supports multicast addresses in the 18.104.22.168~22.214.171.124 segments, considering that some addresses are reserved, it is recommended to use addresses above 126.96.36.199.
Uart1/Uart2/Uart3 correspond to D1/D2/D3 interfaces
Baudrate: Sets the baud rate of the corresponding data serial port on the local and remote devices.
Remote Port: UDP transmits the send port (different UARTS have to be configured with the different port numbers. )
Listening Port: UDP transmits the receive port (different UARTS have to be configured with different port numbers).
Maximum gap(ms): Set the maximum transmission interval of the corresponding serial port data (used to capture the end of the serial port data frame, it is recommended to configure it to be smaller than the actual transmission).
Maximum packet: Set the maximum sending frame size of the corresponding serial port data (the one that needs to be configured is larger than the actual transmission). note: When using UDP broadcast mode transmission, ensure that the values of Remote Port and Listening Port are different.
Frequency: Wireless band (800M/1.4G/2.4G).
Bandwidth: Wireless bandwidth (3M/5M/10M/20M).
Power: (without PA) output power (dBm).
Device Type: Central Node or Access Node.
Frequency Hopping: Automatic frequency hopping switch.
SMTP( Slave Max Tx Power): Access node maximum transmits power (dBm).
The Debug page is used to manually send AT commands or view real-time wireless feedback data.
Set Password command
For example: ATSP123456,123456
|Parameters||AES key password: 6-bit password (ASCII)|
AES key password: 6-bit password (ASCII) (repeat to confirm)
|Purpose||Used to set the AES key of the transceiver|
|Return value||For example: ATSP123456,123456_|
|Remarks||1. When the password is all 0, turn off AES encryption. |
2. Set command, save when power off
Once you’re on the Debug page, the browser shakes the Websocket handshake with the devices, and after the handshake passed, the browser prints “Websocket connect success.” “Indicates that the handshake was successful; otherwise it displays “Websocket connect failed, please refresh web page and try again!” At this time, you need to re-enter the Debug page to shake hands again, until the prompt handshake is successful, and then you can perform follow-up operations.
Measure pages are used to call built-in iperf3 programs for testing (UDP mode).
Once you’re on the measure page, the browser will shake hands with the devices by WebSocket, and after the handshake passed, the browser prints “Websocket connect success.” “Indicates that the handshake was successful; otherwise it displays “Websocket connect failed, please refresh the web page and try again!” At this time, you need to re-enter the Measure page to shake hands again and know that the handshake is successful before you can perform follow-up operations.
This menu is used to view the device’s system software firmware version and to update the software firmware via the Web UI.
If you have any questions about the operation of Web Device Management UI, please feel free to contact us.