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April 16, 2019

Emlid Releases Multi-Band RTK GNSS Receiver with Centimeter Precision

Designed for surveying, mapping and navigation, the new REACH RS2 RTK GNSS receiver from Emlid comes with a mobile app.

Reach RS2 gets a fixed solution in just seconds and maintains robust performance even in challenging conditions, according to the manufacturer. Centimeter accuracy can be achieved on distances over 60 kilometers in RTK, and 100 kilometers in PPK mode.

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By Inside GNSS
March 25, 2019

EndRun’s Frequency and Time Distribution Chassis Now Available with Upgraded Network Centric Management

Precision time and frequency solutions provider EndRun Technologies has launched its next generation, e-Series Distribution Chassis that adds a secure, integrated network management interface. The e-Series Distribution Chassis is said to maintain the industry leading frequency, pulse, and time code distribution functionality that provides high integrity signals to mission critical systems including communications, satellite earth stations, broadcast transmitters, military test ranges, production test, and others.

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By Inside GNSS
March 19, 2019

Israel Aerospace Industries Unveils ADA-O to Enable Land Platforms to Deal With GNSS Anti-Jammers

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is introducing ADA-O, an additional development in the ADA lineup, which addresses GPS jammers to ensure GPS availability for land platforms. The land platform can be readily integrated in a range of platforms, providing a unique operational response to help telecom, navigation and C&C systems. Easily installed and integrated on the end-user platform, it serves end users on armored vehicles, artillery, C&C centers and communication carriers, according to IAI.

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By Inside GNSS

EndRun Launches Metrology Grade Time and Frequency Standard

EndRun Technologies, a provider of precision time and frequency solutions, has announced the availability of the Meridian II 2U Precision TimeBase, a metrology grade time and frequency standard traceable to UTC(USNO). This addition to the Meridian II product family introduces an Ultra-Stable Rubidium oscillator option, increased output capacity, and modular power supplies for high-availability, mission critical, and high-performance applications.

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By Inside GNSS
February 25, 2019

Rohde & Schwarz, Bluetest Collaborate on Test Concepts for A-GNSS OTA Antenna Measurements

Test and measurement specialist Rohde & Schwarz and Swedish over-the-air (OTA) reverberation test system manufacturer Bluetest are cooperating on assisted global navigation satellite system (A-GNSS) OTA testing concepts for antenna measurements. The proof of concept solution integrating the Rohde & Schwarz LBS Server and Bluetest OTA test solution was demonstrated at Rohde & Schwarz headquarters in Munich, Germany.

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By Inside GNSS
February 18, 2019

Telit Releases NavIC-Enabled SL869T3-I GNSS Module

Designed to support the Indian NavIC (formerly IRNSS) constellation L5 signal simultaneously with GPS L1 and SBAS, the Telit SL869T3-I GNSS module is the new multi-constellation member of the company’s SL869 family of modules.

The SL869T3-I is equipped with special HW and SW to support navigation on L1 and L5 bands. It can navigate using GPS L1, IRNSS/NavIC L5 and the GAGAN L1 SBAS systems concurrently, according to the company.

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By Inside GNSS
February 14, 2019

Sokkia Offers New GNSS Integrated Receiver for Diverse Applications

Sokkia has introduced the latest addition to its GNSS integrated receiver line — the GRX3 which is designed to provide a smaller, lighter and fully integrated GNSS solution.

“The multi-constellation GRX3 receiver is built to offer a complete and versatile solution to provide best-in-class positioning performance for a wide variety of precision applications,” said Alok Srivastava, director of product management.

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By Inside GNSS
February 12, 2019

Inertial Sense Releases Small RTK-INS For Mass-Market Consumer Applications

Inertial Sense, creators of the smallest high-performance precision GPS-Inertial Navigation Systems, recently announced the release of precise RTK-level accuracy. The new inertial navigation solution offers an accuracy of 2-3 centimeters GPS position, in combination with inertial sensors (including on-board sensor fusion), at a lower price point than competitive INS+RTK Sensor offerings, according to the manufacturer.

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By Inside GNSS
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