OPUS Processing Using the Emlid Reach RS2
In this article, we'll discuss common errors of OPUS processing using the Emlid Reach RS2 and walk you through how to make the necessary corrections so you can return to collecting data quickly.
Settings and Common Errors
The RTK settings should be set for ‘static’ and then select ‘GPS Only’ with an update rate of one hertz. OPUS only processes GPS, so adding other constellations will cause issues by having such a large file If for some reason you have stored other constellations, we can correct this later.
In the logging settings, make sure raw data is off until you have the RS2 at the proper location. Once you set the RS2 in that location, power on the unit and set the raw data to RINEX 2.11. Once you have finished collecting, turn raw data off, then power off the RS2. Set the antenna to EML_REACH_RS2_NONE. Set the antenna height, which is measured from the ground to the base of the antenna plus 134 millimeters. Enter the email address where you want the result to be sent. Press upload to rapid static or static depending on the length of your collection.
After storing your file, go to the OPUS website and upload your file.
Set the antenna reach to the analog recharge 2. Set the antenna height, which is measured from the ground to the base of the antenna plus 134 millimeters at the email address where you want the result to be sent. Press upload to rapid static or static depending on the length of your collection.
If you receive upload errors or other processing errors, it’s often because the file is not prepared properly based on something such as the wrong RINEX file or not toggling raw data off before powering off.
To fix improper log starting and stopping, we’ll trim the ends of the RINEX file. First, we’ll open the RINEX file in a program such as Notepad and note the time of the first and last observations. In RTK converts, set the time a few minutes after the time of the first observation and set the time at a few minutes before the time of the last observations.
To fix any issue with too many constellations on, go to the option settings in RTK convert. Make sure the only satellite system chosen is GPS. The frequencies should be L1 and L2.
If you set raw data to RINEX v3.XX, go to the option settings in RTK convert and set the versions to 2.10 or 2.11. Then press convert to generate a new file.
Process the new file in OPUS and OPUS will send an email with an OPUS solution or other errors that may result that may be related to data quality.
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