I’m almost at the point where i no longer need to keep bothering you lovely lot
Thank you all for your help so far in helping me to understand the Emlid and Reachview system.
I own two RS+ units and plan on using them as base and rover mainly for GCP’s and Total Station survey pegs (initial peg only set up to work from during topos) and some topos when the environment suits… clear open land, no trees etc.
I’ve got NTRIP connection sorted finally so i’m good to go with that.
So my questions are:-
If i set up a base RS+ on a tripod over an unknown point (new peg or gcp on site) and let that base unit collect data for approx 30 mins over NTRIP with base set to static and then create a project where i can input that collected data manually as well as the RS+ height (still on a tripod) and take a measurement at that point which could now be a gcp or total station peg… is that collected coordinate data sufficient for me to then set up as a base and rover by using those now known coordinates manually inputted at that base? This is not for any legally certified boundary work for example but still needs to be cm accurate for the gcp’s or total station peg… obviously then i would not average collected base data again but base any further survey work around that first set of data collected and obviously i would not need to keep NTRIP connected then.
Providing all parameters were set correctly and AR was high, low baseline in NTRIP etc would there still be a necessity for post processing or would that surveyed data be accurate enough?
I hope that makes sense but just ask if you need me to explain further.
Basically…set up one RS+ on a peg, gather data over NTRIP, record data… then use that data to set up project as a base and rover by manually inputting those coords and you’re good to go without NTRIP from then on.