I’m trying to post-process readings acquired with one single REACH RTk (the older version).
I’ve tried to upload my *.obs file to http://apps.gdgps.net/apps_uploads/
but it seems the system cannot process it:
“Sorry, APPS failed to process your request”
yet it is a supposedly compatible RINEX 2.11 file,
Any idea why could it be?
Many thanks for the useful advice. I thought apps gdps and/or the Canadian service you mentioned were using the closest publically-available GNSS station.
Is there a way to use the rinex files from an official base station located at 18km that I can download?
Would I need to use rtklib for this?
What accuracy would I have in that case, assuming ~20 min readings?
I have a second REACH RTK unit (the older model, not the M+), that I understand can be set as base. Would I then improve the accuracy? Would this be better than using the official GNSS station?
Please note I’m always referring to post-processing, not to real-time positioning. My purpose is getting ~6 GCPs with as much accuracy as possible.
I am trying to post process with an old version of Topcon Tools. I managed import a Rinex 2.12 version file into Topcon and it loads ok and established vectors to the Base station. But it won’t post process. Do I have to enter antenna parameters into Topcon as there is no antenna type/specs for Reach RS. Any suggestion would be helpful. Torre