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What are GPS/GNSS Corrections and why do we use them?

GPS/GNSS Positioning – The Basics GPS/GNSS Satellites have extremely accurate atomic clocks on board. In essence, GPS/GNSS works by measuring the time it takes for a signal to travel between GPS/GNSS satellites and a receiver. For this position to be as accurate as possible, the receiver needs to see this information from at least four …

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Emlid Launches Reach RX: pocket-sized RTK rover for $1599 / £1332

Emlid’s Reach RX is a high-performance, multi-band RTK rover with a focus on simplicity. No configuration is required to start a job, simply enter the credentials for your corrections network (NTRIP), and you are ready for work. Reach RX fits in a pocket, and you can take it anywhere to survey with centimeter precision. Pre-Order …

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Emlid UK Demo Days

Emlid Demonstration Day Invite – UK / Ireland Innovelec Solutions are pleased to be able to offer a number of Emlid Demonstration Days. Emlid Days are an opportunity to view Emlid’s full product offering including any new products. During the day you will be able to review the how to and best practices for certain …

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Emlid’s NTRIP Caster vs. An NTRIP Service: What is the difference?

What is NTRIP? NTRIP is an industry standard used to send GPS / GNSS corrections over the internet in real time from a base to a rover. Emlid’s NTRIP Caster Enables corrections to be sent between your own base and rover. No Additional costs / subscriptions required. The Emlid Caster works as a pipeline that …

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Choosing a Single-Band or Multi-Band RTK GNSS Receiver

What to consider when choosing a Single-Band or Multi-Band RTK GNSS Receiver. Satellites are constantly transmitting signals in one or more frequency band. Multi-band receivers are capable of receiving multiple frequencies transmitted by satellites. This makes them super robust, especially in tough environments such as a partially covered sky view (such as woodland). Typically, these …

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