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NavCom Releases the SF-2110M and SF-2110R Modular L1 GPS and StarFire Receivers

September 27, 2007
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Torrance, CA – August 24, 2007-NavCom Technology, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Deere & Company (NYSE:DE), announced the release of the SF-2110M and SF-2110R modular L1 StarFire GPS receivers. Using StarFire, the world’s first global satellite based augmentation system for use with single and dual GPS frequency receivers, NavCom's SF-2110M and SF-2110R receivers provide instantaneous 50 cm accuracy, anywhere in the world, anytime.

“The SF-2110M and SF-2110R are a major milestone for both NavCom and the GPS Industry” said Steve Wilson, NavCom’s GPS Products Business Manager. ”These StarFire enabled L1 receivers provide precise global positioning superior to WAAS based L1 receivers without being limited to a specific geographic region.”

The SF-2110M utilizes a compact dual-band antenna capable of receiving GPS and StarFire signals. This antenna provides excellent phase center stability in a small, robust, lightweight format. The SF-2110R includes a separate L-Band antenna for enhanced StarFire signal reception in challenging environments and at high latitudes.

Coupled with NavCom’s StarFire subscription service, the SF-2110 delivers 50 cm position fixes without the use of a second receiver serving as a base station.

NavCom’s SF-2110 series of receivers offers an attractive price-to-performance ratio, delivering NavCom’s high quality performance at a fraction of the cost of traditional dual frequency solutions.
Pricing and Availability

NavCom is currently taking orders for the SF-2110M and the SF-2110R. For additional product information or to receive a quotation, visit NavCom’s website at www.NavComTech.com or contact NavCom’s sales team at (310) 381-2000 or sales@NavComTech.com.  

About NavCom Technology, Inc.

NavCom Technology, Inc., a John Deere Company (NYSE:DE), is a leading provider of advanced GPS products for OEMs, VARs and system integrators needing high performance RTK systems, global decimeter level GPS satellite corrections, geodetic quality GPS receivers, wireless communication products and engineering consulting in the areas of precise positioning, wireless communications and robotics. For more information on NavCom Technology and its products, please visit www.NavComTech.com.

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