Geneq introduces SXblue Premier GNSS receiver

Geneq introduces SXblue Premier GNSS receiver

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US: Geneq has launched the SXblue Premier GNSS receiver, which is available in a submetric version (GNSS) or centimetric version (real-time kinematic, RTK).

The new SXblue Premier GNSS receiver is equipped with the Pacific Crest Maxwell 6 Trimble technology with BD910 (GNSS version) and BD930 (RTK version) OEM boards, delivering 220 channels to acquire and track GNSS signals from all constellations in view. It makes effective use of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS signals for outstanding highly precise positioning.

The SXblue Premier is small and lightweight, and rugged for fieldwork. It is equipped with dual mode for Bluetooth V2.1 and Bluetooth V4.0, ensuring the unit’s wireless communication with any Android or Windows terminal. With its two models, the user will have large efficiency and flexibility on the field either with SBAS corrections or RTK reference networks.

In addition, SXblue Premier can be configured for Wi-Fi hotspots, allowing users to connect and access a web management platform. It also can be used as a data link, providing a quick connection to the internet to receive corrections from reference station (CORS) networks so that it can process RTK measurements.

With its internal memory using an 8-GB solid state disk, SXblue Premier provides enough storage space for field data collection or raw data recording for a high data sampling rate.