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Harxon’s Smart Antenna TS300 Rover Designed for Precision Agriculture

Harxon Corporation’s TS300 series is a multi-GNSS compatible system using GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo for simultaneous satellite tracking to offer RTK positioning. It is designed to track any visible satellites under challenging conditions, ensuring a stable signal quality with higher precision and reliable data.

The company’s latest single-frequency, multi-GNSS RTK enabled smart antennas are ideal for manual guidance and auto-steer agriculture applications that benefit from scalable performance in positioning accuracy.

TS300 Series features the patented T-DIFF technology, providing a smooth positioning and exceptional pass-to-pass accuracy. Its steady, smooth output is well suited for auto steer applications and help the machines operate in the steady path.

Powered by the latest stand-alone algorithmic technology, TS300 Series can maintain the RTK positioning accuracy for a certain period when the RTK difference link is disconnected during machine operation, according to the company.

Moreover, TS300 Series can output the real-time tilt information for machines during operating on rugged farmland, which is convenient for users to improve positioning accuracy through tilt compensation algorithms.

The data links such as 3G/4G modules, external/internal radio transmission modems and Bluetooth of TS300 Series are designed as multiple selections as required, allowing customers a flexible and convenient operation conditions in different environments.

Purpose-built for challenging environments, TS300 Series supports built-in magnets to simplify mounting; fixed mounting options are also available as 5/8-inch screws and M4 screws, offering a convenient and quick installation.

Its IP67 ruggedized enclosure works reliably in harsh environments and is designed for professional precision agriculture applications requiring high-precision RTK positioning.

Earlier, Harxon released the all-constellation GNSS antenna GPS1000.