The ADL Uplink by Pacific Crest is a rugged handheld unit that can download online RTK correction data and stream them to a device, such as a radio, for rebroadcasting into areas with very poor cell phone signal coverage. The ADL Uplink can also be used to extend the coverage of an Internet signal. This can be achieved by putting the unit at the boundary of an area with Internet coverage.
The ADL Uplink uses a variety of connection protocols, including USB, Bluetooth, Serial, Wi-Fi and GSM. In addition, it supports multiple coordinate input options: manual coordinate input or automatic input. When the unit receives correction data, the coordinates of the location of the unit are and streamed to the rover. At times when the connection becomes unstable and dropped, the unit reconnects automatically.
Furthermore, the rugged and waterproof design of the ADL Uplink makes it idea for outdoor use.
- Internal GPS receiver
- Compact and rugged design
- Download online RTK correction data
- Support a variety of connection protocols
- Support manual and automatic coordinate inputs
- Shock and Water proof
- Touchscreen control
- Integrated GSM and Wi-Fi capability
- Extended battery life
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||176 mm x 100 mm x 50 mm|
|Operating temperature:||-30 C to +60 C|
|Communication protocols:||GSM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB and Serial|
The Pacific Crest ADL Uplink is available through TerrisGPS. If you would like to learn more about the unit, please contact us using the Request Pricing form.