Septentrio Satellite Navigation’s PolaRxS GNSS receiver performs over multiple frequencies and constellations. It is used for ionospheric monitoring and space weather observations.
Equipped with very low noise control and the company’s newest tracking engine, the unit features high-quality, simultaneous Galileo, GLONASS and GPS signal tracking. It also contains adaptive interference analysis and mitigation (AIM+), advanced multipath mitigation (APME+) and tracking stability technology (LOCK+).
PolaRxS is especially valuable for tracking rapid signal dynamics like those found in scintillation events. Its advanced technology for analyzing interference and notch filtering for mitigation allows installation in environments difficult for radio broadcasting.
The device is contained in a rugged, waterproof aluminum case so that it operates well outdoors in critical environments.
- COMPASS ready
- A Posteriori Multipath Estimator
- Very low noise Oven Controller Crystal Oscillator
- 100 Hz measurements for DGPS, SA PVT and SBAS
- User control of power management
- Septentrio Binary Format output
|Channels:||136, including 3 for SBAS|
|Raw data output:||Navigation, carrier phase and intensity, code data|
|GNSS pack:||With APME+, LOCK+, AIM+|
|Power consumption:||6 Watts, typically|
|Ports:||4 high-speed RS232 serial, 1 Ethernet, 4 full speed USB|
|Size:||250 mm L by 140 mm W by 37 mm H|
|Operating temperature:||-40 degrees Celsius to +60 degrees Celsius|
The PolaRxS receiver from Septentrio can be ordered through TerrisGPS. If you would like more information, please use the Request Pricing form to get in touch with us.