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  1. Matthew D. Sibole

    Prerelease and Testing Versions

    I use msn4 for both tcp and uhf.
  2. Matthew D. Sibole

    ETA on Linux and Galileo

    I did a test today. One gps/glonass receiver and one GPS/glonass/Galileo receiver. I will not get into which engines were set to which constellations in this thread yet as that will eventually be hard coded. It was not super scientific as I do not have a gps splitter. I am guessing I have...
  3. Matthew D. Sibole

    Cool Pics

    Nate I run into this issue from time to time. Loosen your bipod up and slide it down the pole.
  4. Matthew D. Sibole

    Migrate to Linux

    Eugene above and beyond! Eugenious for sure!
  5. Matthew D. Sibole

    T1M radio issue

    The first thing I would do would be to clear the NVRam on your base.
  6. Matthew D. Sibole

    Where are the 10s?

    You can send the base file to DPOS in the LS back at the office and allow it to adjust it. This way you can take advantage of the base-rover processing as well. If you still do not want to do that... In the points menu, highlight the base point and tap on the graph looking icon. At the bottom...
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    Where are the 10s?

    Your base point and surveyed points that were shot from that base point automatically get adjusted to the DPOS derived position. No reason to move them. You can check that by going to the points screen, highlight your base point and hit the graph looking button at the top right. You will have...
  8. Matthew D. Sibole

    (500) 27

    I have one customer that has to do this and I have not found a reason yet.
  9. Matthew D. Sibole

    UHF

    The BER is high. The only reason I mention it is when I try and use my LS as a base and my 35 watt as a repeater I see the same problem you are seeing and my BER is high as well. I do not remember what BER stands for. Matt Johnson may be able to help on this subject.
  10. Matthew D. Sibole

    UHF

    If it is a battery issue it will need an RMA. This unit is just over a year old. The batteries should last much longer than that.
  11. Matthew D. Sibole

    Export CORS Rinex file from LS to use in OPUS

    Archive the project. In the archive you will find a maps folder and you want to find a folder called reports. The opus style report is in the report folder.
  12. Matthew D. Sibole

    Post pics of difficult shots

    On the points screen there is a little button at the top right that looks like a graph. Highlight point number 361 and hit the graph button. You will see the PPK results and the RTK results. You can select which ever you feel is the better solution.
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    Post pics of difficult shots

    DPOS solutions are nice but they are not always correct. That is why we have the ability to switch from the DPOS solution back to the RTK solution. We give the surveyor the ability to make the final decision.
  14. Matthew D. Sibole

    Post pics of difficult shots

    I would hold the RTK shots for 360 and 361. I would like to see the screen shot for 360 to see how much time was on that shot but you do have two that agree.
  15. Matthew D. Sibole

    HPT435BT Radio Range in SE Oklahoma - DQPSK

    FWIW, I have customers in northern Michigan that can barely get 1 mile. It is flat but the canopy is so dense the uhf can not penetrate the foliage. Uhf just has limitations. I have found that if I set my base down low and try to go high it doesn’t work nearly as well as setting it up high and...
  16. Matthew D. Sibole

    HPT435BT Radio Range in SE Oklahoma - DQPSK

    First off you should be broadcasting at 1 Hz instead of .2 and you should be using data upsampling. This will increase your battery life and you can switch back to DQpsk which will increase your range. Change your radio setting to 1sec and your modulation back to DQpsk in base rover setup. Now...
  17. Matthew D. Sibole

    Using an LS as base

    To be honest I have not put a ton of thought into it. I only wanted the DPOS file to come back correct and this was my way to do it. If you try and change the base HI before attaching the raw gnss file it will case the LS to crash and you will have to reboot.
  18. Matthew D. Sibole

    Using an LS as base

    I do not generally care what my elevations are while on site. With that said when you recover base point from the rover it populated the 0.37’ height for the base. Attach the raw gnss file to that point. Now edit the rod height to be the correct rod height measure to the bottom of the LS. When...
  19. Matthew D. Sibole

    Funny Picture...

    From a client of mine.
  20. Matthew D. Sibole

    Funny Picture...

    Blasphemy
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