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TRIMBLE introduced the DSM 232 Receiver

February 28, 2006
TRIMBLE introduced the DSM 232 Receiver, a GPS receiver capable of submeter, decimeter and centimeter accuracy for both harbor and waterway applications, and for system integrators.



TRIMBLE introduced the DSM 232 Receiver, a GPS receiver capable of submeter, decimeter and centimeter accuracy for both harbor and waterway applications, and for system integrators. With the DSM 232, one receiver can be used for positioning over large geographic (land-based) areas with or without a base station and external radio modems, eliminating the need for multiple GPS receivers. The receiver features an integrated keypad and screen, and outputs industry-standard NMEA messages for integration into existing operations or new installations. The DSM 232 can be used with PC-based software such as Trimble's HYDROpro software for waterway construction projects. The Trimble DSM 232 installs easily and is able to withstand tough environmental conditions. Additionally, the modular GPS receiver and antenna design allow the unit to be moved quickly from vessel to vessel. The Trimble DSM 232 GPS receiver allows users to choose the GPS correction method and accuracy required to suit their applications: one centimeter with the Trimble RTK solution, decimeter level with the OmniSTAR-XP/HP satellite service, or submeter with DGPS options. (Trimble, Sunnyvale, Calif.)