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We are working with the World Wildlife Fund, Behron LLC, Fort Belknap Tribal Council, and Idaho State University using new technologies to find a better way to restore endangered species habitats.


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B110 Compact Dual Frequency GNSS Receiver Board

The Topcon B110 GNSS receiver board is an ultra-compact positioning engine capable of providing scalable positioning from sub-meter DGPS to sub-centimeter RTK. Low power consumption and comprehensive communication interfaces and peripheral support make the B110 extremely flexible and easy to integrate into any precise positioning application.


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  • High performance RTK engine with industry leading position update rate of 100Hz
  • Low power consumption
  • Diverse set of interfaces available through a single connector for effective data exchange
  • SD/MMC card interface support for quick and easy support for data logging
  • Quartz Lock Loop (QLL) for continuous operation under intense vibration and shock Scalable performance via software option authorization (OAF)



The most innovative approach

There has been an explosion in the number of satellite systems available. At the last count, you could see (or expect to see soon) GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, SBAS, QZSS, Beidou depending upon your whereabouts in the world. Combine this with an increase in the number of signal frequencies available and it’s not hard to understand that many of the original receivers would not be up to the task of functioning correctly within the modern GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) environment.


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Manufacturers took different routes to resolve these issues, such as limiting the signals that each receiver channel can support, or fixing a number of GNSS channels to track each specific satellite, restricting the full utilization of current and proposed systems.

"UTC is a truly scalable technology, with each receiver channel able to receive any incoming GNSS signal. This is the most efficient method of handling tracking, allowing up to 60% more satellite signal reception using the same number of channels."

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January 23-26, 2018
Booth C4816

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