C-Nav, the premier supplier of international GNSS Precise Point Positioning services, has announced the latest advances to its C-Nav3050 GNSS receiver.
The C-Nav3050's latest range of advances include the addition of dynamic RTCM outputs and choice of either NTRIP client or server mode operability.
The latest enhancements also include extended Bluetooth facilities and Ethernet virtual comports, additional Moving Base RTCM Code, Moving Base RTK capability and RTK heading applications; additional internal data logging capacity; improved L1/G1/L-Band modes and autoselect for maximum Net-1/Net-2 C-Nav coverage.
"C-Nav's policy is to invest in its customers," said Thomas Nugent, C-Nav's global support coordinator. "These latest advances ensure all of our C-Nav3050 users around the world remain at the cutting edge of GNSS technology."
C-Nav, a division of C & C Technologies, leads the world in high level GNSS positioning with its unique C-Nav Precise Point Positioning solutions and range of GNSS receivers, long range Ultra RTK, C-Monitor, C-NaviGator and P3QC packages with the acclaimed C-Scape online GNSS/DP suite. Please go to our new website at www.cnavgnss.com to see how C-Nav remains committed to making your job easier.
C-Nav Announces Latest C-Nav3050 Advances
February 17, 2011