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Stop and Go Kinematic GPS Surveying

Stop and Go (semi-kinematic) Requires at least one stationary receiver and at least one other rover, all observing the same set of satellites simultaneously. The reference receiver occupies same position throughout whereas the rover stops for a while at occupied positions. The method has the following charactersistics in the stop and go mode (Figure 12.6 (a) and (b)): Stop Mode Before the start of the survey, the rover must resolve the ambiguities. Ambiguity resolution is carried out by…

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