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Is there anyone who used "Emlid Reach RTK Kit" for quadcopter?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tobias Jan 17. 2 Replies

Hello, i am working on self flying quadcopter project. I need a very sensitive gps.I found Emlid Reach RTK Kit but it is very expensive and i don't know if i can use it like i want? Can you guys help…Continue

Tags: #Pilot, #Quadcopter, #Sensitive, #Location, #GPS

 

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Tobias replied to BurakYtu's discussion Is there anyone who used "Emlid Reach RTK Kit" for quadcopter?
"Hi, I'm using several Reach units for aerial mapping. They work very well, but I only do post processing. I also tested the RTK mode and it worked also very well, I think about 90% of 15 h of in air time I had a fix. You only need a 3dr…"
Jan 17
BruceBylsma replied to BurakYtu's discussion Is there anyone who used "Emlid Reach RTK Kit" for quadcopter?
"@BurakYtu Did you get anywhere with this?  i used two Reach RTK units in a project some time ago and they were very successful. One was set as a base unit and the other as the rover providing L1 corrected positioning. In my case I was using…"
Jan 15
BurakYtu posted a discussion

Is there anyone who used "Emlid Reach RTK Kit" for quadcopter?

Hello, i am working on self flying quadcopter project. I need a very sensitive gps.I found Emlid Reach RTK Kit but it is very expensive and i don't know if i can use it like i want? Can you guys help me if you have used it before?Normally there is one emlid on quadcopter and other one emlid settled on tripod. Base emlid send data to computer. Then, computer send correction data to quadcopter.But i wonder if i can send correction data directly to quadcopter from base? Which means i don't want to…See More
Jun 28, 2018

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