Carlson offers new lightweight GNSS receiver

By on 5 June, 2019

Carlson has launched a new lightweight surveying receiver that utilises all four constellations and provides triple-frequency tracking.

Carlson Software President and Founder Bruce Carlson introduced the Carlson NR3 at the company’s “Grow With Us” User Conference in May.

Weighing in at just under two pounds, Carlson says the NR3 delivers highly reliable GNSS RTK for land surveying, GIS, and other data collection uses.

Able to be used as a base or rover, the NR3 utilises all four constellations – GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo – and provides triple-frequency tracking on GPS, GlONASS, and Galileo. Incorporating multipath and ionospheric detection, the NR3 maintains accuracy and continued operation despite shocks, vibration, or other interference.

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