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Nate The Surveyor
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I have the Javad. But not the R10.
I'm curious, just to see them run in similar environment.

If you have one, and are curious, let's go do it.

Nate

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Posted : October 26, 2017 12:55 am
StLSurveyor
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Nate The Surveyor, post: 452526, member: 291 wrote: I have the Javad. But not the R10.
I'm curious, just to see them run in similar environment.

If you have one, and are curious, let's go do it.

Nate

Nate I would love too!

"Well that depends"

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Posted : October 26, 2017 3:21 am
Nate The Surveyor
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Well, you are in St Louis, from your profile.
I've been there a number of times.

Meet part way?

N

Surveying is more than a Job----it is a passion to provide a foundation for future generation, that is beyond reproach.

Nate

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Posted : October 26, 2017 3:45 am
Alvin Tostick
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Nate The Surveyor, post: 452533, member: 291 wrote: Well, you are in St Louis, from your profile.
I've been there a number of times.

Meet part way?

N

High Noon

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Posted : October 26, 2017 3:57 am
StLSurveyor
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Nate The Surveyor, post: 452533, member: 291 wrote: Well, you are in St Louis, from your profile.
I've been there a number of times.

Meet part way?

N

Poplar Bluff, MO? We have an office there and I work down there quite often. Or Pocahontas, AR?

"Well that depends"

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Posted : October 26, 2017 7:10 am
Jules J.
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StLSurveyor, post: 452558, member: 7070 wrote: Poplar Bluff, MO? We have an office there and I work down there quite often. Or Pocahontas, AR?

Be sure to eat a Rancho Bravo Mexican Restaurant north of the river on the east side of Rock n Road Hwy. 67. Some of the best Mexican food I've ever had.

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Posted : October 26, 2017 7:27 am
Plumb Bill
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Posted : October 26, 2017 7:29 am
Mark O
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I'd like to know how they do with public RTK network, specifically under partial tree canopy. I believe Missouri's DOT has one.

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Posted : October 26, 2017 8:24 am
Plumb Bill
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Mark O, post: 452581, member: 11591 wrote: I'd like to know how they do with public RTK network, specifically under partial tree canopy. I believe Missouri's DOT has one.

Rule of thumb is that they'll never do as well as with a local base. Basically if your public network had Net R9s broadcasting on CMRx and you're using an R10 you'd be good to go. But I think that is pretty rare still.

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Posted : October 26, 2017 11:02 am
Dan B. Robison
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Davidsonville Historic State Park?
https://www.arkansasstateparks.com/davidsonville/

Louisiana Purchase State Park?
https://www.arkansasstateparks.com/louisianapurchase/

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Posted : October 26, 2017 11:12 am
Mark O
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For what I do RTK is plenty accurate and have no need for base/rover. If I need precision, I break out the robot. You just can't beat the efficiency of grabbing a rover and go!

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Posted : October 26, 2017 11:22 am
Dan B. Robison
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A couple more ideas for "THE TEST SITE":

Slippery Hollow Natural Area
http://www.naturalheritage.com/natural-areas/slippery-hollow-natural-area

Rock Creek Natural Area
http://www.naturalheritage.com/natural-areas/rock-creek-natural-area

DDSM

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Posted : October 26, 2017 11:29 am
RADAR
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Dan B. Robison, post: 452606, member: 34 wrote: A couple more ideas for "THE TEST SITE":

Slippery Hollow Natural Area
http://www.naturalheritage.com/natural-areas/slippery-hollow-natural-area

Rock Creek Natural Area
http://www.naturalheritage.com/natural-areas/rock-creek-natural-area

DDSM

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Posted : October 26, 2017 11:40 am
Nate The Surveyor
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What we are looking for in a site, is a good open place for the base stations. (We are not testing the base stations ability to work in the woods!)

A good pine, and a good oak forest, for some test pegs.

Any surveyor who can suggest a site, in the Pocahontas area, will work for me.

I don't know suitability of sites up there. So, IF anybody can chime in, it would be great.

We can make something work. But, having an ideal site picked is better.
I am 4 hrs from Pocahontas.

Nate

Surveying is more than a Job----it is a passion to provide a foundation for future generation, that is beyond reproach.

Nate

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Posted : October 26, 2017 12:00 pm
Nate The Surveyor
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Dan, both of those are too far west. We want it to be on the route, between Little Rock, and Poplar Bluff.
Bald Knob Refuge (Near Searcy AR) has photos with it. I think it would work. There's alot of stuff around Poplar Bluff.
I'm open to suggestions.
N

Surveying is more than a Job----it is a passion to provide a foundation for future generation, that is beyond reproach.

Nate

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Posted : October 26, 2017 12:12 pm
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