Strange correlation between le_gnss and Radio?

Hello,
I found a strange correlation, and cant find any documentation on it, about how le_gnss relate to radio.
I see that if i send a cm radio off command, or if the network got lost (no registration), GNSS handler (le_gnss_AddPositionHandler(…)) stop producing location and in logread i receive this error:

posDaemon[1940]/le_pa_gnss T=unknown | pa_gnss_qmi.c PositionHandler() 1509 | Bad position indication.

if I check with gnss get status it’s ACTIVE. the only way i have in code to receive positions again is to issue a gnss stop and a gnss start on command line.

Am 'i missing something? I just want t contiinue to receive position changes even when radio is off or when there is no network or it’s unreachable. How can I solve?
I can naturally continue to check if network is ok and in that case issue the stop&start command… but i dont like this solution at all.

Regards,
Gianmaria

Are you using agps?
Suggest you trying with AT!gpsfix with standalone mode

I suspected it was something like this. Thanks jyijyi, can i set in stand alone mode via code? I’m not so practical with sending at command directly.

Regards,
gian

using:
le_gnss_GetSuplAssistedMode(LE_GNSS_STANDALONE_MODE);
doesn’t work.

cm radio off stops also the gnss service, or at least it’s active but no positions were produced.

I will try the AT way and let you know.

regards,
Gian

No way also sending AT!GPSFIX=1,255,10 over AT, with microcom on /dev/ttyAT.
if you send radio off and radio on, the gnss stop producing positions samples.

Here are my cm info:
Device: WP7702
IMEI: 352653090194176
IMEISV: 5
FSN: 4L931388970810
Firmware Version: SWI9X06Y_02.35.02.00 5208b3 jenkins 2020/06/10 00:30:12
Bootloader Version: SWI9X06Y_02.35.02.00 5208b3 jenkins 2020/06/10 00:30:12
MCU Version: 002.014
PRI Part Number (PN): 9909138
PRI Revision: 001.001
Carrier PRI Name: SIERRA
Carrier PRI Revision: 001.036_001
SKU: 1104405
Last Reset Cause: Power Down
Resets Count: Expected: 182 Unexpected: 0

and Legato:
9.11.3-1-g8c030edad_34a8f46a3d85b53df7cd63949d660283_modified

Thanks in advance.

Gianmaria

Does at!gpsfix work when radio on but network lost?

It seems that on network lost it’s ok. I will make a lot of tests on filed and will update this thread if i find more details.

Thanks for support.