NavCom Technology Inc., a leader in precise positioning and communications technology, announced the addition of the new NCT-2030M to its line of dual-frequency GPS receivers.

"NavCom is pleased to introduce this product in response to customer requests," stated NCT GPS Product Manager Kevin Dixon. "The NCT-2030M delivers the same high-accuracy sub-millimeter measurement precision and fast update rate that is the hallmark of the NCT product line, in a ruggedized, low-cost, fully upgradeable, package."

The NCT-2030M
The NCT-2030M receiver is a 12-channel, versatile, low-cost, dual-frequency GPS engine offering 64 megabytes of internal memory for data logging. The sensor delivers sub-millimeter dual frequency carrier phase performance, and where free WAAS or EGNOS corrections are available, can achieve half-meter real-time horizontal positioning via two dedicated SBAS channels. The NCT-2030M incorporates 1 PPS output, Event-in and CAN ports as standard. A simple software upgrade can add RTK capacity, raw data rates up to 50Hz and positioning rates up to 10Hz. Factory upgrade options are available for customers who want to take advantage of NavCom's global real-time StarFire decimeter performance or an integrated spread spectrum radio for RTK positioning. The rugged nature of the housing makes this new dual-frequency receiver the solution for high accuracy GPS applications in vehicle navigation, machine control, structural monitoring, GIS, survey, inshore hydrography and OEM integration.

The NCT-2030M is available for immediate delivery through NavCom's dealer network.

Source: NavCom Technology, Oct. 24, 2003