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CORS

Overview

Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) is a network of reference stations that provide a virtual base station that allows users to access long-range high-accuracy Network RTK corrections. NavCom’s SF-3050 is deployed in commercially available CORS networks worldwide. Our rugged and reliable CORS solutions help your base station go the distance.


SF-3050G + ANT-3001BR

The SF-3050G + ANT-3001BR for CORS Applications

With support for simultaneous broadcast of numerous correction formats over various transmission media, the ability to monitor and control the receiver remotely over Ethernet, GLONASS functionality, and NavCom’s Choke-ring antenna, the SF-3050G is a great choice for permanent or semi-permanent CORS installations. The SF-3050 is compatible with Geo++, reference station protocols from other manufacturers and networks. The SF-3050 supports NTRIP, and RTCM Network protocol, and again, all of this functionality is available in all RTK enabled SF-3050s.


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GNSS Receivers

SF-3050

SF-3050

With NTRIP support, RTCM network messaging, remote configuration and monitoring over the internet, The SF-3050G can be used with existing RTK networks with its flexibility of simultaneous multi-port, multi-format correction distribution.


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Antennas

ANT-3001BR

ANT-3001BR GNSS Rover Antenna

Ideal for harsh external environments as needed for permanent installations, ANT-3001BR mitigates multi-path interference making it a sound choice for CORS or reference station applications.


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NavCom’s family of antennas support GPS, GLONASS and Galileo as well as WAAS, EGNOS and StarFire™ plus other SBAS signals.


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