Juniper Systems launches Geode GNS2 receiver

By on 8 October, 2019

Image: Juniper Systems.

Juniper Systems has announced a new version of its compact GNSS receiver with support for Apple devices.

With a low profile and sleek look, Juniper calls the Geode ‘a simple, sub-metre GNSS receiver at an affordable price’.

The new version of the Geode, the GNS2 is now compatible with iPhones and iPads via what Juniper calls its ‘Made for iPhone/iPad’ (MFi) certification.

Otherwise, the new unit seems to retain all of the Geode’s existing features and compatibility: Windows and Android devices, of course including Juniper’s own rugged Mesa 2 tablet, and other handhelds will work seamlessly with the Geode GNS2.

The pint-sized receiver picks up GPS, SBAS,GLONASS, BeiDou, GALILEO, and QZSS signals, has 162 channels and features three-channel SBAS tracking.

Juniper claims all-day life from the Geode GNS2’s battery, and it can be specified with a range of port options. A variety of accessories are available, including pole, backpack and smartphone mounts, ATV and vehicle mounts and an external antenna.

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