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New Milestone in Low Cost Single Frequency RTK Performance

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Single frequency RTK receivers work well under open sky environment. But when tall buildings or trees are encountered, none has yet shown to work well, they lose RTK Fix and have position jumps. This $595 Multi-Band, Multi-Constellation RTK GNSS Receiver struggles too when near trees.

Below video shows our soon to be released firmware update that could maintain RTK Fix in more difficult environments, passing by buildings and trees. The baseline is 1.2Km ~ 1.4Km. RTKPlot is used to replay the NMEA log file. Green color represent RTK Fix. Orange color represent RTK Float. RTKPlot first shows entire log file result then replays second by second. 

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This new level of robust performance puts our $100 S2525F8-BD-RTK far ahead of others, closing in the performance gap with multi-frequency receivers for autonomous applications.

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