I am using r2 base and rover and can’t get a fixed position. Tried trouble shooting from other posts to no avail.
You need to get much better signal-to-noise ratio on your base. Most of the status bars should be green, not orange.
In this case I was near my house testing but had some issue in open field site. It seems the coverage has just been bad lately. Nothing else to check? Thanks
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I can suggest following the steps:
Ensure the placement requirements for Reach RS2 are met
Check that there is a line of sight between the units
Configure the receivers as described in the Base and Rover setup guide
It should help you to obtain a Fix solution. In case the solution stays Single, please let me know.
I will try again. Pretty sure everything is configured correctly (I have used the setup successfully in the same location I was having issues many times). I think it might have been bad satellite coverage?
I have never seen bad coverage distribute to all sats like that, unless it was under some sort of general coverage, like under roof or such.
Can you send a few pictures from the point, so we can see the environment?
Even in complete cloud cover you would have quite a few green bars.
I didn’t get screenshots of the actual data I cared about (this was in my backyard). In the field, we had a few green but not enough to get a fixed position apparently. Here is the raw file for the base.
Here is a pic of the general location where the base was setup. Pretty open.
I’ve checked the satellite reception in your base log, and it seems to be good enough to get a Fix. Is there any chance you can provide a raw rover log for further investigation?
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