As far as I have understood, the base is supplying correction data to rover based on measuring carrier phase. So one could combine single and dual band GNSS systems - as the benefits from dual band are clear in “difficult” environment - such as moving drone.
And on the other hand “long” survey time in single band stationary base is hardly the biggest problem (and could be suppressed with the use of “best” possible antenna and location…)
Christian is right - a multi-band rover won’t calculate the Fix solution with only single-band base corrections. Still, both Reach M+ and Reach M2 installed on a drone can provide centimeter-level accuracy if the antenna is well-placed. To see if a pair of single-band or multi-band receivers is the best fit for your setup, you can also check our Single-band VS Multi-band guide.