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Foxcom offers GPS/GNSS repeaters for Iridium, indoors

March 30, 2017By

RF optical solutions maker Foxcom has introduced a range of products to serve the GPS/GNSS repeater market. Foxcom launched an Iridium repeater in September 2016 and is now offering advanced GPS/GNSS repeater solutions globally. The firm’s repeaters have been designed to cover a wide range of commercial and military applications, such as: aircraft hangars time distribution in data centers GPS distribution... read more

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Settop Survey Offers Network RTK Repeater

August 1, 2013By

Settop Survey is offering the Settop Repeater, which allows network RTK rover use in areas of low- or non-GSM coverage by receiving differential corrections via radio. A new firmware update allows connection via any external radio to connect the repeater to precision agriculture systems or machine control. Repeater field application versatility is managed by intuitive software using a touchscreen. read more

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Chronos Welcomes Ofcom Licensing for GPS/GNSS Repeaters in the UK

August 7, 2012By

Chronos Technology, a specialist supplier of GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo) products and services, welcomes the decision by the UK regulator Ofcom on June 20 to implement a licensing regime for the use of GNSS repeaters in the UK. GNSS repeaters provide coverage for the use and testing of GNSS technology inside buildings where the GNSS signals do not normally reach. Until the recent decision by Ofcom, the use of this repeater technology in the UK was not permitted except in specialized (normally military) situations. Large numbers of consumer and industrial products use GNSS technology for positioning and timing applications including smartphones, telematics equipment, avionics and emergency service applications. GNSS technology can also be used for resource management, civil engineering and military applications. read more

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