Spectra Precision Introduces EPOCH 50 GNSS System
Spectra Precision introduced the EPOCH 50 GNSS system. The system uses highly accurate Global Positioning System (GPS) and GLONASS technology for cadastral, topographic, control, stakeout and other precision survey applications. The Spectra Precision EPOCH 50 GNSS system offers quality performance and reliability, while remaining a cost-effective investment.
The EPOCH 50 GNSS system features a 220 channel multi-constellation GNSS receiver that supports a wide range of satellite signals, including GPS L2C and L5 and GLONASS L1/L2 signals. The universal GNSS receiver can perform either as a base, rover or network rover for Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) or Static field solutions. The system integrates several wireless features including Bluetooth and an internal transmit radio modem that enables users to transmit without the need for an external radio. The system operates with the popular Spectra Precision Survey Pro field software. This premiere Survey Pro software solution runs on all the Spectra Precision Ranger 3, Nomad and Recon data collector models.
For RTK surveying, the base may also include a choice of external radio modems that provide either a long- or short-range data link from the base to the rover. In addition, network RTK is also supported by connecting to an external data-capable cellular modem. Back at the office, surveyors may use the Spectra Precision Office Software for post-processing and quality control.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
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