New GNSS receiver and smart antenna launched

November 7th, 2019, Published in Articles: PositionIT

Hemisphere GNSS recently introduced the next-generation R620 GNSS receiver, a compact, versatile, and full-featured positioning system. The wide range of functionality and ease-of-use built into the R620 makes it useful for a variety of land and marine applications requiring high-precision positioning. The receiver is a complete refresh of the previous version (R330) and includes a new low-profile ruggedised enclosure. Customers can start with sub-meter positioning accuracy and upgrade the receiver (through activations and subscriptions) to add functionality and improve performance capability to centimetre-level accuracy. At the same time the company also announced its S621 GNSS Survey Smart Antenna, which is powered by the Phantom 40 GNSS OEM board, can process and support over 800 channels with flexible and scalable simultaneous tracking of every modern and planned GNSS constellation and signal. The OEM board is powered by the company’s next-generation Lyra II digital ASIC, Aquila wideband RF ASIC, and Cygnus interference mitigation technology. The S621 is a useful positioning system for use in applications such as land or marine survey, GIS, mapping, and construction. With multiple operating modes, it can be used as a precise base station sending RTK corrections to a rover network.

Contact Hemisphere GNSS, precision@hemispheregnss.com

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