Which GNSS system?

Discussion in 'GPS Technical Discussion' started by FWDC, Nov 4, 2012.

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    FWDC

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    Hello everyone!

    I have a specific question...
    I am looking to plot several thousand points and then overlay them on to a detailed map.

    The points are in small groups scattered all over the UK and beyond, there could be anything from 1 to hundreds in each site.

    I need accuracy of approx 10cm and they need to be quickly and easily logged and saved.

    There's so many solutions out there! I need to weigh cost against accuracy as I guess the more accurate you want the more expensive the system will be!

    Any pointers on companies, solutions gratefully received!
    Thanks
    Carl
     
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    mbavaro77

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    I am part of a small (and growing) group of people that push forward the adoption of low-cost single frequency RTK-enabled receivers in combination with FOSS.
    I could post many links if this silly forum rules would allow me to.
    Anyway, you can look at uBlox Antaris4 (Navilock sells some) Skytraq S1315F-RAW, uBlox NEO6P, NVS NV08C-CSM, and many others.

    Cheers,
    Mic
     
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