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Spectra SP80 Z Blade technology

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Singer Apr 8. 2 Replies

Were up in Prescott, Arizona and are using Spectra SP 80'sfrom what i understand they can mix and match satellites from any constellation, and this is why they are always locked onto and using so…Read more →

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Apr 12
Kevin Singer replied to Adam Haywood's discussion Spectra SP80 Z Blade technology
"Hey Adam, To add to Carlo Alberto’s comments (thank you Carlo Alberto), another factor in positioning under canopy with GNSS receivers is the SNR thresholds over which a receiver will compute/report a position solution. My following comments…"
Apr 8
Carlo Alberto Birocco replied to Adam Haywood's discussion Spectra SP80 Z Blade technology
"Adam,  what do You mean when say " ...but they can only use one constellation at a time."? The GNSS receivers work, in RTK, using all common satellites tracked by rover and base. If You have a full GNSS system, it works with four…"
Apr 7
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Spectra SP80 Z Blade technology

Were up in Prescott, Arizona and are using Spectra SP 80'sfrom what i understand they can mix and match satellites from any constellation, and this is why they are always locked onto and using so many satellites.  They work way way WAY better in the heavy tree cover than any other system i have seen.  My question is, does any other system on the market do this? does the Spectra epoch 50 do this? i know that other systems use multiple constellations, but they can only use one constellation at a…See More
Apr 6

Welcome to the Surveying CommunityThis marks the beginning of a surveying legacy for our new Land Surveyors United member, Adam Haywood. Welcome Adam Haywood Your legacy in surveying will forever be remembered starting here. If it weren't for this member, we may have never known surveying culture in their corner of earth.

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I am here because I am a.
Professional Land Surveyor
Surveyor Bio:
Working in Yavapai County, Arizona
Location for Member Map
Prescott, Arizona
Licenses Certifications or Awards
LSIT
I have experience with the following
GPS, cadastral, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys
How many years have you been surveying?
10
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, GPS, GNSS, Old school surveying

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