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One example is if you are setting up an RTK survey, but don't have any permanent marks. In this situation, you set up a base station and observe for 6+ hours while you undertake your field work with a radio-connected rover (you might be able to do this disconnected?), then you can post-process to identify the coordinates of your base station. ...


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First, RTK stations are not always available. There are some countries where there are no or little stations, and according to this source even in the US you have states without public RTK. So you then need your own base station and if you want to make you own RTK you need an emitter in addition to the GPS receiver, so this i more expensive. EDIT: for the ...



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