GNSS corrections in real-time
The GPS-Base calculates and then transmits differential corrections to local GNSS receivers. Differential corrections are used by the GNSS receiver in INS+GNSS products to achieve centimetre level accuracy. Corrections are sent to the GNSS/INS via radio modem for use in real-time, but can also be output to a local PC and stored for use in post-processing.
Start measuring in minutes
To start broadcasting differential corrections simply attach the antenna, modem and a power source and the GPS-Base will do the rest. The position used by the GPS-Base can be averaged over a period of time, loaded from a file or specified directly.