Tersus GNS has launched its BX40C RTK Board, a compact unit with full constellation tracking.
In a statement on the board’s launch, Tersus said the BX40C is powered by its new ExtremeRTK GNSS technology,allowing it to support multi-constellation and multi-frequency all-in-view satellite tracking.
“Tersus has been proud of its BX-series RTK boards, and today we added a new member to the series by launching the new BX40C Board. The BX40C is with enhanced positioning accuracy and constellation tracking, even in harsh environments, the BX40C Board can still control deviation within 3cm in surveying&mapping applications,” said Xiaohua Wen, Founder&CEO of Tersus GNSS Inc.
“BX40C supports 576 channels and can achieve centimetre-level position accuracy easily. We are excited to see how BX40C strengthens our product portfolio and technology competence to make a great effort in this industry.”
The BX40C packs 4GB memory on the board, and Tersus says that it boasts high compatibility with other GNSS boards in the market via flexible interfaces, smart hardware design, and commonly used log and command formats.
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