XF102 DGPS receiver ideal for GIS applications

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Sep 25, 2009

Hemisphere GPS is to unveil the XF102 DGPS receiver at the ION GNSS Conference in Savannah, Georgia, on 24-25 September 2009.

The XF102 is the latest addition to Hemisphere GPS's XF-series of DGPS receivers for handheld mapping.

Hemisphere GPS said the XF102 is ideal for professional GIS applications and surveying, and is specifically designed to work with the TDS Nomad handheld GIS data collection device.

The XF102 features a rugged and maintenance-free smart antenna and compact flash adapter that is able to withstand demanding environments.

Powered by Hemisphere GPS's Crescent receiver technology, it is claimed to offer superior positioning accuracy required for precise positioning applications such as GIS mapping.

Pairing the TDS Nomad's memory and processor capacity with the XF102's raw measurements and accuracy is said to create a robust and affordable DGPS solution.

Additionally, the XF102's fast start-up and re-acquisition times improve fieldwork efficiency.

The XF102 supports SBAS differential corrections and Hemisphere GPS's e-Dif extended differential option.

Also, if the receiver temporarily loses the differential signal, Hemisphere GPS's Coast technology maintains accuracy for up to 40 minutes.

Raw GPS data can be recorded for post-processed mapping or survey-grade positioning accuracy.

The low power consumption of the XF102 conserves handheld battery power, and an optional external antenna is available for additional accuracy.

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