GNSS options

When buying a new receiver for precise applications (where sub decimeter precision is needed) it makes sense to get a multi-constellation receiver.

A multi-constellation receiver takes the signals from the GPS and GLONASS satellite navigation constellations to calculate the receiver’s position more precisely and more robustly.

In environments where the open-sky visibility may be compromised the multi-constellation option greatly enhances the usability and precision.

Good luck and Happy positioning!

Ignacio Romero

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