"I think the best way is to project the network by 5 m and stake it out, and while staking out, topo it and mark it with spray or paint, then just level on the same spot. Or another easy way is if you have another operator and do the both operation…"
Dear fellow surveyors,i recently bought Pathfinder Pro 12-channels XRS receiver, with integrated GPS/Beacon Anthena and TSCe1 data logger, with all the cables and backpack, but don't have any batteries. I haven't tried it yet and i could really use some tips on how to operate the model and some feedback about its' functionality. I am particularly interested if you could use it in RTK mode with internet provided data?All opinions and feedback is much appreciated.Best regards See More
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"I assume that you just want to close and adjust your level loop. If that's the case I would export the data to a CSV file and do the work in MS Excel. It's an easy process to add the formulas to the spreadsheet.
I collect my…"
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