GNSS BASE STATION

POLYNAV 2000B

The Polynav 2000B GNSS Base Station is a ruggedized dual-frequency (L1/L2) multi-constellation GNSS (GPS, QZSS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo) reference station which can be easily configured as a local base station to broadcast real-time RTCM corrections for any RTK-capable rover systems. User-friendly GUI is available to setup a base station quickly by either connecting to the rover through local radio link or NTRIP caster/client (network RTK). The system can also record all tracked dual frequency multi-constellation measurements for post-processing.

FEATURE

• Dual frequency (L1+L2) Multi-constellation (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo and SBAS)
• Up to 50 Hz position/velocity/observables output

• Fast Search Engine to improve TTFF

• RTK Networks Supported

• Reference Inputs/Outputs: RTCM 3.2, RTCM 2.3
• Rugged system design 

• Low power consumption

GNSS SIGNALS

GPS L1+L2

QZSS L1+L2

BeiDou B1+B2

GLONASS G1+G2 FDMA 

GALILEO E1+E5b

SBAS L1

GNSS SENSOR PERFORMANCE

Time to First Fix (TTFF)

Cold start: < 60 seconds

Warm Start: < 45 seconds

Hot Start: < 11 seconds

Signal re-acquisition: < 2 seconds

 

Position accuracy (HRMS), SBAS: 0.50 m

Update rate: Up to 50 Hz

Velocity Accuracy: 0.02 m/sec HRMS

RTK POSITIONING PERFORMANCE

Accuracy (HRMS): 8 mm + 1 ppm

Initialization time: < 1 min typical

Operating range: > 40 km

I/O INTERFACE

1 PPS Out
2 DB9 serial ports
1 Ethernet port

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

Operating temperature: -40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F)

Input Voltage: 12 ~ 24 VDC +/- 5%

Power Consumption: <3W 

ANTENNA POWER SPECIFICATIONS

Output Voltage 5v 

Output current 100mA

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