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Geomax Zenith40, The newest GNSS release from Geomax and NovAtel. NovAtels latest cutting edge receivers
with 555 channels and PPP Precise Point Positioning. 2.5 cm Horizontal, 5cm vertical, without RTK or post processing.
The GeoMax Zenith15 is a complete and fully integrated GNSS receiver, allowing tracking GPS and GLONASS systems. Available as GSM or GSM-UHF model Zenith15 is your economic Receiver choice. COMPACT Integrated GSM antenna Quick swappable SIM & microSD card, Complete control with receiver keypad, HIGH PERFORMANCE, NovAtel® technology, GPS, GLONASS & SBAS, GSM/GPRS, UHF radio & Bluetooth®, MIX & MATCH, Combine with your preferred datalogger Carlson, Mini, or Surveyor2, Juniper Allegro, a variety of Geomax Collectors, and software, Open connectivity, Complete setup flexibility.
The all-new Carlson BRx6+ is a multi-GNSS, multi-frequency smart antenna, just released by Carlson Software Inc.
The BRx6 contains a multi-constellation, multi-band 372-channel GNSS receiver, Athena© RTK technology and an integrated Atlas© L-band receiver. In addition, the BRx6+ contains electronic sensors that measure tilt, direction (electronic compass) and acceleration, fully supporting SurvCE’s advanced features like LDL (Live Digital Level or e-bubble), leveling tolerance, auto by level, tilted pole correction and advanced stakeout features. SurvCE contains sophisticated checks for compass and acceleration anomalies to ensure accuracy. Brx6+, Zenith40 and Zenith35 PRO and Zenith15 Designed for use by surveyors, contractors, builders, and engineers, the Carlson BRx6+ delivers the highest positional accuracy at an affordable price.
New Sokkia GCX3 " Bullet" Receiver, is now available with a UHF Satel External radio option, Bluetooth to the receiver (NO Cables) Can be used as a Network Rover, or with the Long Range Blue Tooth option, no Radio interference
Still can be used as a Network Rover , or Long Range Bluetooth option for Jobsites with to many RTK rovers