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Hemisphere GNSS Introduces OEM Positioning Modules

Eclipse P306, P307 track multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou satellite signals

October 3, 2013

Hemisphere GNSS has released the Eclipse P306 and P307, the latest models in the Eclipse series.

The Eclipse P306 and P307 track multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou satellite signals and are Galileo and QZSS ready. By tracking more signals, RTK HemisphereOEM_inbodypositioning performance improves, particularly in challenging environments.

The Eclipse P306 and P307 utilize the company’s new SX4 ASIC. Capable of simultaneously tracking code and phase signals on 89 satellites, SX4 features 372 channels and can be configured to address diverse applications through software.

The Eclipse P306 upgrades existing designs using Hemisphere’s standard 34 pin modules. The Eclipse P307 is a drop-in upgrade for designs based on the industry accepted 20 pin module.

Both products offer scalable performance. RTK accuracy is achieved in either single or dual frequency mode. When subscribed for multi-frequency, multi-constellation RTK, Eclipse receivers have fast RTK initialization times even over long distances.