[FOSS-GPS] Make Your Own Real Time Kinematic GPS Receiver That's Accurate to One Centimeter [GPS]

Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) tmitchell at osgeo.org
Wed Nov 18 01:17:11 EST 2009

I also am interested by it, though not so swift to really understand it
all.  I'll have to peek at the programming side and see what sorts of
hardware requirements there are and if it could be ported over to a
more affordable development platform like Arduino.  Anyone got a clue?


 On Tue, 17 Nov 2009 19:32:43 -0800
Brian Wilson <brian at wildsong.biz> wrote:

> I find it interesting that the board has space to accommodate 3 GPS
> receivers. I wonder what the thinking is there.
> Would 1 cm accuracy + 3 receivers make 3d positioning possible?
> I know the boat we used while I was working (far too briefly) at the
> Seafloor Mapping Lab / CSU Monterey Bay had a pair of RTK GPS
> receivers. They do multibeam sonar bathymetry and it allows them to
> compensate for the rocking movement of the boat.
> I am curious to know more about the fixed station too, all the
> information shows only the rover.
> Brian
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