Satlab Geosolutions AB announces an upgrade to its multi-purpose multi-frequency SLX-1 GNSS receiver. The SLX-1 was initially released as a CORS receiver but is now able to function as a mobile sensor suitable for any application where a rugged multi-application GNSS receiver is required.
Based on embedded Linux operating system, the SLX-1 is a true multi-user and multi-tasking solution. The CORS design is ideal for long unattended and continuous operation and its mil-spec construction makes it ideal for Mobile operations in the most rugged environments. The receiver tracks GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS and SBAS constellations and can maximize the tracking to observe all visible GNSS satellite signals, thereby providing maximum performance for accuracy.
With in-built Ethernet, 3.5G wireless, WiFi, Bluetooth and multiple Serial communications for data transmission and/or reception, and 64GB (expandable) internal memory, the receiver can simultaneously transmit/receive corrections while recording raw data in multiple sessions. The SLX-1 supports real-time TCP/IP, Satlab Internet RTK and NTRIP in both Server and Client modes, as well as external radio Tx/Rx making it compatible with most modern GNSS receivers on the market.
“This is an exciting upgrade to our popular SLX-1 CORS receiver, and now adds true multi-functional performance for both Base and Mobile operations to our increasing range of GNSS mobile products”, commented Bjorn Agardh”, CEO of Satlab, “the simplicity yet sophisticated capabilities of the SLX-1 combined with our free Internet RTK global server services makes provision of correction data seamless and simple” he added.
The Mobile upgrade for the SLX-1 receiver is available now with a simple firmware upgrade that is available for free download.