Essentially we have one stationary GPS that assumes the first point it reads is the point it is at and all other data it receives has error in it. It calculates this error and sends it over to the "rover" so that it may calculate what the error is and subtract it from its own coordinates.
You keep mentioning differential GPS but I don't know how that would work, is it significantly different than what I am trying to do?
Don't you need a surveyed point for the GPS to compare with to do differential?
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