I just purchased a very lightly used Trimble Juno ST from my employer at a screaming deal and am curious if anybody has any experience with these units. My plan is to primarily use this for mapping trails, not for navigation, so the unit will spend most of the time sealed from the elements in my hydration pack. Has anybody used the Juno with the external patch antenna?
I did about 6 years of GPS data collection, so I am very familiar with the TerraSync software that comes with the unit. I am much less familiar with what programs are available for downloading the ssf file and working with the data. I have access to all of the ESRI products at work, but I think they would be overkill for what I want to do. I will probably use the work software to do the diff corrections, but that's about it. Ideally I would like to come back from a ride, download the GPS data, overlay it on a 24k topo or aerial photos and then annotate maps that I can then print out.
Thanks for the help!
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