T2 base station data quality

I am using a LS/T2 setup in wooded, mountainous sites. Finding a wide open site for the base station close enough to communicate with the rover is often a challenge although I try to select the base points with the most open sky. Is there a metric in the DPOS report (or elsewhere) to assess how 'clean' the base observations were? If so, what is the threshold for rejecting the solution as unusable?


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The rms values on the dpos report are a good indicator. Wide open skies usually reports a couple mm. More than a couple cm is higher than I like to see. Sometimes you got what you got.
Thanks. I also look at the CORS residuals on the DPOS report. Would the percentage of observations used be an indication of how clear the site was from obstructions?