Considering these results, am I doing something wrong when trying to use multiband ?
What is the benefice of using multiband and RS2 vs RS+ in this case ?
Why do I get better results when post processing with single band ?
In the ideal world, yes. In the ideal world you would have plenty L2C sats at well. However, due to the L2C signal still not being fully implemented in the GPS constellation, there may be instances where low observability and/or troubled SNR gives L1-only the edge. Obviously, then L1-limitations apply, in terms of baseline length, PPM and so on.
Thanks again for your answer. Unfortunatly, I couldn’t get any different result even when trying with a new version of RTKLib QT. I also checked with another machine and I still get only Q2 in those conditions (L1+L2, combined)… which is strange since we processed exactly the same datas with identical parameters.
@wizprod I am confused about the role that L2C plays in this operation. Does it mean that the L2C with low SNR somehow takes the place of the good L1 signal in the case of post-processing with L1+L2 ? Resulting in Q2 solution. I thought L2 was used to “improve” L1 ?
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