For all those who use Trimble office software to post-process GNSS survey data there is now a new configuration update file available dated 20th May 2010.
This file updates the antenna and receiver information used in GPS post processing to ensure that the best possible levels of accuracy are achieved from your data.
As the Ordnance Survey take advantage of the regular improvements in receiver and antenna technology it is important to keep up to date with the characteristics of any new hardware in order to calculate GPS positions accurately and correctly.
The latest Configuration update file can be found at https://www.korecgroup.com/resources.php?cat=software within the “Utilities” section in a folder named “GPS Antenna Files”.
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