Hemisphere GPS - miniEclipse GNSS Receiver Board

Hemisphere GPS – miniEclipse GNSS Receiver Board

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Built as the worlds smallest dual-frequency GNSS receiver board, miniEclipse by Hemisphere GPS offers integrators unprecedented performance for applications where size and space are critical.

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Built as the world’s smallest dual-frequency GNSS receiver board, miniEclipse™ by Hemisphere GPS offers integrators unprecedented performance for applications where size and space are critical. Measuring 41 millimeters by 71 millimeters in size, the low power consumption and simple on-board firmware of miniEclipse make it an ideal solution, offering scalability and expandability from L1 GPS with SBAS to L1/L2 GPS with RTK.

miniEclipse takes Hemisphere GPS’ latest Eclipse II™ technology and shrinks it into a tiny package. miniEclipse receivers are offered in two common industry form factors: P200™ and P201™. P200 is a drop-in replacement for Hemisphere GPS’ Crescent® receiver, while P201 has a mechanical design compatible with SSII/OEMV®-1 or OEMV®-1DF receivers of NovAtel, Inc. The reliable positioning performance of miniEclipse is further enhanced through Eclipse RTK and COAST™ DGPS technology.

Eclipse RTK with SureTrack®
With miniEclipse, RTK performance is scalable. Utilize the same centimeter-level accuracy in either L1-only mode, or employ the full performance of fast RTK performance over long distances with L1/L2 GPS signals. Our exclusive SureTrack technology gives peace of mind knowing the RTK rover is making use of every satellite it is tracking, even satellites not tracked at the base. Benefit from fewer RTK dropouts in congested environments, faster reaquisitions and more robust solutions due to better cycle slip detection. Rely on SureTrack technology from Hemisphere GPS.

DGPS and SBAS with COAST
Patented COAST software enables select Hemisphere GPS receivers to utilize previous DGPS correction data during times of interference, signal blockage and weak signal. The receiver will coast and continue to maintain sub-meter positioning for up to 40 minutes without any DGPS signal.

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