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Link a LocationEvent to one or more UplinkEvents #413

diversit opened this issue Jan 14, 2020 · 1 comment

Link a LocationEvent to one or more UplinkEvents #413

diversit opened this issue Jan 14, 2020 · 1 comment


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@diversit diversit commented Jan 14, 2020

Is this a bug or a feature request?


What did you expect?

It would be nice to be able to link a LocationEvent to one or more (in case of multi-frame geolocation) UplinkEvents. This would allow to specifically track back which frames caused a geolocation lookup.

Currently an UplinkEvent has 'uplinkID's for each gateway which received the message, but the message itself does not have a unique identifier. If such an identifier could be added, then this identifier could be added to the LocationEvent to indicate which frames caused the geolocation lookup.

What happened?

Currently LocationEvent has no reference to an UplinkEvent and UplinkEvent has no unique identifier.

What version are your using?



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@brocaar brocaar commented Jan 24, 2020

I'm planning to add a uplink_ids field to the location events. I believe that should make it possible to link the location event against the uplink meta-data.

    // Uplink IDs used for geolocation.
    repeated bytes uplink_ids = 7 [json_name = "uplinkIDs"];
brocaar added a commit to brocaar/chirpstack-network-server that referenced this issue Jan 24, 2020
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