When I look at the CSV of GCPs that I took, the far-right last four columns show the following with the baseline of 4.061. I’m using a VRS network. Why would the baseline of the antenna in the VRS only show 4 meters?
Base easting Base northing Base elevation Baseline
Kind of dated, but explained in a simple manner
So Im a newbie… I read it all but still dont 100% understand.
A VRS (Virtual Reference Station) doesn’t exist physically. It’s calculated using a network of stations. The shorter the baseline is, the more efficient correction for the signal distortion in the atmosphere is. So, VRS is usually created quite close to the rover to reduce the baseline.
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