Trimble Access

Trimble Access
Trimble Access
Communication setup for an internal modem on a TSC3 /
Ranger3 for Can-Net 3.0
Turn on the data
collector and click on
Start, then Settings
Click on Connections.
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Click Connections
again.
Click Manage existing
connections.
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Enter a name of your
choice for the
connection, for
example, cannet.
Select Cellular Line
(GPRS) from the
modem drop down list.
Click Next.
Enter the Access point
name for the
appropriate internet
service provider.
Cansel Connect:
cannet.apn
Telus: sp.telus.com
Bell: inet.bell.ca
Rogers: internet.com
Fido: internet.fido.com
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Leave the fields blank
and click Finish.
With your newly
created connection
selected, click OK.
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find out if you are
working within the
boundary of one of our
VRS networks, or near
one of our single CanNet base stations.
Open Trimble Access
and click on Settings.
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Click on Connect.
Select GNSS contacts.
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Select New and give it
a name.
Contact type should be
Internet rover.
Network connection
should be the one
recently created.
The Modem PIN
remains blank.
Go to page 2.
Enter your Can-Net
username, password,
and appropriate IP
address:
Cansel Connect:
ntrip.apn.can-net.ca
Telus, Bell, Rogers,
Fido:
ntrip.can-net.ca
Enter the appropriate
Port:
2301 = British
Columbia
2302 = Alberta
2303 = Saskatchewan
2304 = Manitoba
2305 = Ontario
2306 = Quebec
2307 = Nova Scotia,
Newfoundland/Labrado
r/
Prince Edward Island
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On page 3, ensure
Connection type is
Mobile internet and
click Store.
Escape and go into
Survey Styles. Select
New to create a new
Survey Style and name
it. Click Accept.
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Next, configure the
Can-Net survey style
for either VRS or
Single Station mount
points.
Click Rover options.
Select the appropriate
Broadcast format for
the type of mount point
you will connect to.
VRS: VRS (CMR)
Single Station: CMRx
Click Accept.
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Now configure the
Rover radio to use an
internet connection.
Click on Rover radio.
Set the Type to Internet
connection and select
the GNSS contact you
previously created.
Click Accept, then
Store and Esc to exit
Survey Styles
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In General Survey,
click on Measure.
Select the Can-Net
Survey Style.
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Choose to Measure
points, codes, topo or
perform a Site
calibration.
The internal SIM card
will automatically be
enabled.
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The modem will
establish an internet
connection.
The modem will
connect to the
Can-Net Server.
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Select the Mount Point
with the desired
correction format for
the VRS network:


CMR+
CMRx
If the configuration was
for a single station, the
mount point options
would be similar.
The nearest base
station will
automatically be
selected.
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Wait while a
connection is made to
the mount point.
Once a connection is
made, the survey will
start and corrections
will be received as
indicated by the green
checkmark.
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Wait for a fixed
solution.
Perform a site
calibration or begin
data collection.
**Note: Can-Net uses
federally accredited
coordinates in NAD83
CSRS epoch 1997. A
site calibration may
be necessary in order
to work in your
project’s coordinate
system.
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