Pacific Crest’s XDL Rover is a light, compact and robust UHF receiver for use in difficult environments. It is designed for radio frequency data communications ranging from 403 to 473 MHz frequency band in either the 12.5 or 25 kHz channels.
Although this elaborate data link uses the company’s newest generation XDL modem technology, it is backward compatible with older products from Pacific Crest as well as other manufacturers. State-of-the-art technology keeps the operator in contact with the worldwide installed base of GNSS precise positioning systems.
- 70 MHz bandwidth coverage
- Advanced data link ensures highest performance
- High over-the-air link speeds
- Supports 1 Hz RTK corrections for multiple GNSS receivers
- Channel bandwidth software-derived
- Critical environmental capabilities
- Waterproof, meets IP67 standard
- Great vibration tolerance
- Broad temperature range
|Frequency band:||403 to 473 MHz|
|Channels:||12.5 and 25 kHz, software derived|
|Size:||14.2 cm L by 8.4 cm W by 2.8 cm H|
|Modem link rates:||4-level FSK at 9,600 and 19,200 bps
GMSK at 4,800, 8,000, 9,600, 16,000 and 19,200 bps
|Link protocols:||Transparent EOC/EOT/FST, packet-switched, SATEL, TRIMMARK, and TRIMTALK|
|Communications:||1 RS 232 port, 115.2 kbps maximum|
|Forward error correction:||Yes|
|Operating temperature:||-20 degrees Celsius to +60 degrees Celsius|
|Shock and vibration:||MIL-STD-810F|
The XDL Rover from Pacific Crest is available through TransiTiva. If you would like to learn more about this unit, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us using the Request Pricing form.