Accuracies are Pass to Pass (P2P) RMS Horizontal Position Accuracies
Accuracies are GNSS engine accuracies, on the ground accuracy depends on many factors including the steerkit used.
P2P accuracies are the RMS accuracies measured over 15minutes, Installed on a metal roof Tractor, with a HDOP < 1.5, Measured in Brisbane Australia, Driving in a North-South direction in normal field conditions, 5km/hr. Accuracies will vary depending on latitude and satellite geometry.
GL1DE solutions require a convergence time before guidance is enabled, this will vary depending on antenna, location and conditions.
EGNOS and WAAS SBAS system accuracy quoted in GPS only mode, available only in WAAS or EGNOS coverage areas.
RTK requires the reception of signals from an L1L2 base station this maybe either via ISM 900/868Mhz Radio’s this range depends on the radio reception range and distance authcodes or the internal Cell phone of the mojoRTK console if the signal is via a single networked base station
NRTK accuracies depended on network setup and position within coverage areas and distances from base stations, a network solution when within it’s coverage area will in general provide an improved accuracy at longer distances from a base than a single base RTK solution.
Performance specifications subject to GPS system characteristics, US DOD operational degradation, ionospheric and tropospheric conditions, satellite geometry, baseline length, multipath effects and the presence of intentional or unintentional interference sources. Export licensing restricts operation to a maximum of 515 metres per second.