I created this topic because I had to carry out a long process to obtain absolute precision in my ppk process.
I did a survey of a drinking water system, I read some advice in the forum that although this information is raised in RTK, placing the base in a known coordinate (as it was my case), as a precaution it can be stored the raw data in the registry to later perform a PPK if necessary to the lack of some coordenda for signal problems at the time of performing the RTK.
In my case I did the post process as shown by EMLID in its tutorial, only that I put the known coordinate and the result was the wait. But my problem was that the events are not saved and then I can locate exactly the points that correspond, it took me a good time to relate the times of the rtkplot with those of the coordinates that I picked up with the survey tool, and that is why I ask you these questions:
Is it possible to save events with the Rover? I have seen that apparently this can be saved only with the camera shot.
If possible, someone could guide me … greetings