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C-Nav launches multi-source C-Nav7000
Date: Monday, May 23, 2011 @ 14:00:00 EDT

C-Nav launches multi-source C-Nav7000C-Nav, the premier supplier of international GNSS Precise Point Positioning (PPP) services, announces the latest addition to its C-Nav range of precise positioning solutions.

The C-Nav7000 is designed for customers wanting a user-friendly, configurable multi-correction source GNSS housed in a ruggedized 19" (2U) rack-mount unit.

C-Nav7000 provides the user with choice of correction options including: public SBAS services (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN), IALA beacon receiver module, UHF broadcast corrections module, the acclaimed decimetric C-Nav worldwide Correction Services and centimetric C-Nav RTK (with RTK extend) available. Other features include correction source prioritization software, visual indicators of correction options, "Across the Room" verification of operational parameters and modules, as well as front panel status and quality monitoring.

C-Nav7000 comes with dual redundant DC power inputs, two RS 232 ports, Ethernet LAN, USB and 1PPS as standard. Customers have a choice of single frequency (<0.6 meter) or dual frequency (<0.1 meter) performance receivers. Four slots are available for GNSS correction modules and future expansion.

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