Trimble Advanced Positioning has unveiled its next generation Alloy Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) reference receiver.
Trimble says the new Alloy receiver features modernized satellite tracking and can also be used as a Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) receiver, scientific reference station, a campaign receiver for post-processing, or portable base station receiver for real-time kinematic (RTK) applications.
“Alloy provides a solution to address a variety of installation challenges faced by RTN owners and operators today,” said Mark Richter, marketing director of Trimble’s Advanced Positioning Division. “The receiver can track all satellite signals at the highest possible data rate while being easy to use, access and configure.”
Trimble’s Alloy receiver features 672 channels and dual Maxwell 7 chipsets, meaning that users can track and log all current and future GNSS constellations; a stackable design, and configurable alerts 24/7, through which Trimble’s Sentry technology automatically emails notification of any changes to the receiver, from position to system access events.