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DataGrid Launches New GNSS Receiver for OEM Integrators

DataGrid, Inc. has released the third generation of its programmable DGRx-GNSS receiver for OEM integrators as well as a high-sensitivity mode for DGRx-GNSS that allows the receiver to track the L1 and L2C codes transmitted by GPS and GLONASS satellites down to a signal level of only 15 dB-Hz.

DataGrid, Inc. has released the third generation of its programmable DGRx-GNSS receiver for OEM integrators as well as a high-sensitivity mode for DGRx-GNSS that allows the receiver to track the L1 and L2C codes transmitted by GPS and GLONASS satellites down to a signal level of only 15 dB-Hz.

The Gainesville, Florida-based company develops custom and off-the-shelf small GPS/GNSS systems for cadastral surveying,  land administration, and GIS applications.

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The new DGRx gives integrators the option to support new signals as they emerge and to program their DGRx with custom features that differentiates their end-user product from all others.

The DGRx is also available as a finished RTK receiver with highly competitive performance and options selected from DataGrid’s off-the-shelf firmware.

DGRx-GNSS V3.0 is expected to be available in production quantitites in the first quarter of 2010.

DataGrid DGRx-GNSS website

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