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Ventures • April 7, 2017

Vectron Adds Furuno GNSS Timing Products to its Timing Product Portfolio

Vectron International today (April 6) announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Furuno to provide Furuno’s GNSS  receivers and timing modules in North America.

April 24, 2017 - April 28, 2017
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April 6, 2017

Leica Zeno GG04 Smart Antenna Aids GNSS Accurac with RTK, PPP

Heerbrugg, Switzerland-based Leica Geosystems announced today the new Leica Zeno GG04 smart antenna, enabling a flexible solution to improve mobile devices’ GNSS accuracy with real-time kinematic (RTK) and precise point positioning (PPP).

New Builds • April 4, 2017

Foxcom Offering New GPS/GNSS Optical Repeater Solutions

Foxcom’s GPS/GNSS Optical Repeater Solution for retransmitting GPS/GNSS signals indoors provides seamless coverage inside a hangar or a large facility enabling the testing of navigational systems.

The Repeater Kit consists of an Outdoor Unit (ODU), an Indoor Unit (IDU), antennas, cables and a power supply (PS). Using top RF-Noise performance and a unique indoor directional RHCP antenna, the system provides better coverage, consumes less power and adds less distortion than compatible systems, according to the company.

GNSS Solutions • March/April 2017

Would you prefer to have more signals or more satellites?

Q: Would you prefer to have more signals or more satellites?

A: This is somewhat of a classic GNSS question, but before getting to the answer, let’s seek some clarity about what is being asked. First, by definition, “more” signals or “more” systems must be referenced against some baseline configuration. This is commonly assumed to be a GPS L1 C/A solution, and this assumption is also used herein.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

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New Builds • March 31, 2017

Tallysman Releases Dual Band Plus L-Band GNSS TW3892 Antenna

Tallysman, a manufacturer of GNSS antennas and related products that designs and manufactures its products in Ottawa, Canada, announced the introduction of a through-hole mount dual band plus L-Band GNSS antenna: TW3892.

The introduction of this antenna is a continuation of Tallysman’s expansion into broader band GNSS antennas. It employs the company’s Accutenna technology.

New Builds • March 29, 2017

Sokkia Introduces New GCX3 GNSS Integrated Receiver

Livermore, California-based Sokkia has introduced the latest addition to its GCX line of GNSS integrated receivers — the GCX3 — featuring advanced constellation tracking, open format software compatibility, and longer range base-to-rover communication.

New Builds • March 28, 2017

Orca Releases SMS-101 System Matrix Switch Distribution Amplifier

Orca Technologies, a manufacturer of high-precision time and frequency products based in San Clemente, California, announces the release of its System Matrix Switch (SMS-101) unit designed to provide GNSS signal distribution via a sophisticated switch matrix amplifier system.

March 27, 2017

BeiDou Milestones Include Accuracy to Within 1 to 2 Meters

China's domestically produced satellite navigation system BeiDou has made significant progress in terms of its accuracy, according to reports out of China earlier this month. At a recent press conference, BeiDou engineers claimed that a new accurate positioning chip can now help users arrive at their destinations with an error margin of just one to two meters.

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