I have question regarding installing CORS:
Is that possible to build a CORS using Reach RS?
If possible, which equipment will use?
Thanks In advance,
I am assuming you mean into a caster. With a CORS network (continuously operating reference system or station). CORS has a caster that sends corrections or a client that receives said corrections.
If you want to setup a caster see the following thread.
During the last couple of weeks, we’ve added two small improvements:
Caster status page. Just some extra transparency on the service’s state. On the page there’s a small bell icon, that will let you subscribe to warnings about scheduled maintenance downtimes. We don’t plan to have those longer than a couple of minutes anytime soon, but still might be useful if you rely on Emlid Caster to do actual work.
With that …
Here is a better thread that I couldn’t find earlier
Today we are excited to announce the launch of
Emlid Caster. After some community tests, the NTRIP Caster is out of beta and ready to be used for your everyday tasks.
[emlid ntrip caster_1_2]
Transmit Corrections to any NTRIP-Capable Device
Emlid Caster is an easy and free way to pass corrections between your receivers over the Internet. You can connect one base and up to five rovers in any place in the world—Caster is available worldwide. The Сaster implements the NTRIP protocol, so it shoul…
Welcome to our community!
Do I understand it right that you want to set Reach RS as a permanent base station? If so, you can use the unit for the purpose. You can provide it with a constant power supply via USB or the bottom connector. Please note that if Reach RS turns off, you will need to turn it on manually.
To transmit corrections from a Reach RS base to rovers, you may use the Emlid Caster, which
Thanks you so much both
@jp-drain-sol and @kseniia.suzdaltseva. I have just check and read your suggestion. I will try to follow instruction. If I have any updates, I will inform you here.
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