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 In general, you can assume the quality of the trajectory goes from the simplest, easiest, least reliable to the most reliable as shown here: In general, you can assume the quality of the trajectory goes from the simplest, easiest, least reliable to the most reliable as shown here:
-1. L1 only SBAS. 1 to 2 meters. +  - L1 only SBAS. 1 to 2 meters. 
-2. L1 post process GNSS. 20 to 50 centimeters. +  ​- ​L1 post process GNSS. 20 to 50 centimeters. 
-3. L1 post process INS. 20 to 50 centimeters. +  ​- ​L1 post process INS. 20 to 50 centimeters. 
-4. L1/L2 RTK. 2 to 4 centimeters. +  ​- ​L1/L2 RTK. 2 to 4 centimeters. 
-5. L1/L2 post process GNSS. +  ​- ​L1/L2 post process GNSS. 
-6. L1/L2 post process INS.+  ​- ​L1/L2 post process INS.
  
 Using control points properly distributed and in sufficient number and quality, can make all of these solutions be of almost equal quality. Using control points properly distributed and in sufficient number and quality, can make all of these solutions be of almost equal quality.
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