Hi to all,
We have a RS+ and for 4 days trying to establish a stable connection. There is only one RS+ As a base. We are able to get both base and rover connected to caster.emlid.com, but connection breaks as soon as I move 50 meters away from the base. Which makes no sense to me.
Has anyone connected similar setup?
What are the settings for base to match the specific John Deere mrtk?
Not sure about single/dual band. Rover receiver is John Deere StarFire 6000.
The settings are in the video was the only way to achieve the signal, but it gets lost if rover moves away from base. And does not get reestablished.
Base is set in the open space with clear sky view. Base is connected to portable wifi transmission which is located under the tripod. Rover connects via sim card inside mrtk with the same internet provider.
Rover is also in the open area.
Could not achieve accuracy with “Receive Corrections” on. Don’t understand the logic behind this feature.
Normally, using a single-band receiver like RS+ as a base should not yield a fix with a multi-band receiver as a rover. The good inexpensive solution would be an M2 with an external antenna set up as a base.
Then how do both connect to the NTRIP server? Is the vehicle connected through cellular? Is the base on WiFi?
I agree that single-band device can’t be a base for a multi-band one. Depending on the rover requirements, it may achieve Fix when it’s stationary. But in kinematic mode, when the rover is moving, data from a single-band base won’t be enough to maintain Fix.