ANALYSIS OF POSITIONING RESULTS OBTAINED BY A SINGLE BASE RTK WITH AUTONOMOUS BASE START AND TILT OPTION
AbstractHPPS service of the CROPOS system is today a fast, reliable, precise and commonly used tool for coordinates determination in Croatia. The advantages of a networked RTK method are well known, but in some situations, a single-base RTK method could be a reliable method for coordinates determination, even without a base station having known coordinates. Single-base RTK method with Autonomous base start can be set up on any (unknown) station with a clear sky and GNSS satellites visibility enabled. Differential corrections are usually broadcast to the rover GNSS receiver via a communication link, enabling the coordinates determination with cm-level precision in real time. Simultaneously, the base GNSS receiver collects static observations for base station determination in post-processing and subsequent rover coordinates shift. In this paper, the above mentioned method was tested on the ground, together with TILT option integrated into newest Topcon GNSS receiver.
How to Cite
D. Šugar, “ANALYSIS OF POSITIONING RESULTS OBTAINED BY A SINGLE BASE RTK WITH AUTONOMOUS BASE START AND TILT OPTION”, STEPGRAD, vol. 1, no. 13, Oct. 2021.