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Kris Morgan
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Kris Morgan

6-Year Member, from Rusk, Texas

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    1. TXSurveyor
      TXSurveyor
      Am i correct in assuming this only comes into play when working on the network? I planning to buy a base/rover set up because the network hasn't quite made far enough east to encompass my main working area. If I'm using a base then all I should have to worry about is losing communication with the radio I would assume. Thanks in advance
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      2. Kris Morgan
        Kris Morgan
        That's correct. When we have poor to no cell coverage, or work in the extreme edges of the network, we back up and use the base/rover combo (which the 10 will act as a rover on our R8 system) and connect via OPUS. Works well.
        Jul 12, 2016
    2. TXSurveyor
      TXSurveyor
      Morning Kris,
      I've noticed you have posted some in response to the threads about the R10's. In the last couple of days I've just became interested in the R10s vs the Hyper V or R8, and still learning about all the bells and whistles. You mentioned in a couple of post that cell coverage was your main frustration.
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    "You don't have to be a good surveyor if you find all the corners."

    Kris