I notice that my Reach RS rover initially establishes a fix solution with the base in a couple of minutes with a 200 meter baseline. However when it loses the fix during surveying it can take much longer to re-establish a fix. Sometimes it just cant do it. I find that if I turn the rover off and back on again it seems to do better than letting it try to reestablish a fix on its own. Is there a reason for this? Is it the fix and hold setting i.e rebooting gets rid off previous solutions and enables faster ambiguity resolution?
I am using GPS satellites only and have 8 or 9 in view.