Posted 11/11/2012 22:13 (#2692049 - in reply to #2691910) Subject: Re: What will a 372 do for me?
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The Russian satellites (GLONASS) orbit around the globe, so they do cover North America. The one major difference between the 262 and 372 is that the 372 adds GLONASS support. To utilize that, you will need to get RTK correction data that includes the GLONASS information. This means that the RTK base station you are using also needs to have GLONASS support and the data needs to be in a format that the 372 can use (CMR+). In short, your base would need to be a Trimble base as the Trimble receivers that support GLONASS require that the GLONASS correction data be in their proprietary encrypted format.