I am currently performing accuracy testing with my reach modules to eventually use them for UAV guidance. Here is my setup:
- Both antennas on the ground of a football field with no obstacles
- Static mode for base, kinematic for rover
- Base position with average single
- Correction output TCP
- Baseline between 10 to 30 m
- AR fix-and-hold for GPS, on for GLONASS
The problem is that I can get a fix solution on my stationary rover but it sometimes drop to a float solution for no apparent reason and then comes back to fix a minute later.
- I’d like to know if something in my setup is causing this (I’m thinking about the height of the antennas or the weak radio link).
- Once installed on the UAV, the radio link will be much better as well as ground clearance, does this mean I will get little to no loss of fix during flight?
- If the solution switches between fix and float during a flight, will there be a huge effect on the drone’s trajectory causing it to never reacquire fix?