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When it comes to choosing the right receiver

you need to take several things into account:

In this video, we will give you some tips on how to choose the

In general, receivers can be divided into two major groups:

Each satellite constantly transmits the signal on one or multiple

Single-ban­d receivers can only obtain one frequency band from the

Multi-band receivers work with several frequency bands.

This is one of their core difference­s.

The number of frequency bands does not affect the accuracy.

Keep in mind: both single-ban­d and multi-band receivers have the

Multi-band achieves a fixed solution within seconds

and maintains robust performanc­e even if the sky view is partially

Multi-band receivers can work on longer baselines compared to

up to 60 km in Real-Time Kinematic and 100 km in Post Processed

They also achieve centimeter accuracy when working with Precise

A multi-band receiver is an uncompromi­sing choice.

If you are working in tough conditions­, have a long baseline

have a long baseline and want to do the work faster, multi-band is

On the other hand, a single-ban­d receiver has the same high

However, it comes with some technical specifics and limitation­s.

It may take up to several minutes for a single-ban­d receiver to

You need to wait this long only at the very beginning of the

If the solution is lost, for example, under a tree

a fixed solution will quickly recover once you are in the open

Point collection requires the same time as with the multi-band

Single-ban­d receivers show excellent performanc­e in an open-sky

They also make a great base for PPK or drone mapping.

The baseline is up to 10 km in RTK and 30 km in PPK.

If you are sure you’re mostly working with the open sky-view

fairly short baseline and have reasonable working conditions

a single-ban­d receiver is an optimal and affordable choice for the

Thus, when choosing between single-ban­d and multi-band receivers

you need to think of your work conditions

For example, if you work in a field on the relatively short

a single-ban­d receiver is enough to perform an accurate survey and

However, if you work in areas with a partially blocked sky view,

or you simply don’t want to bother with possible tech limitation­s,

   

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