NOTE: Repeated baselines should be near the corresponding ratio.
c. A baseline solution typically includes the following information:
The type of solutions (single-, double-, or triple-difference).
The satellite availability during the survey for each station occupied.
The ephemeris file used for the solutions.
The type of satellite selection (manual or automatic).
The elevation mask.
The minimum number of satellites used.
Meteorological data (for example, pressure, temperature, or humidity).
The session date and time.
The data-logging start and stop time.
Station information (such as the location, the serial number, and the antenna serial number
The epoch intervals.
The solution files (ΔX, ΔY, and ΔZ between stations, the slope distance between stations,
Δlatitude and Δlongitude between stations, the horizontal distance between stations, and
The number of epochs.
d. Sample static-baseline formulations are shown in Figure 5-7.
The baseline formulations
compensate for the height differences between antennas.