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Septentrio AsteRx-m2 Heading and RTK OEM Receiver
Septentrio AsteRx-m2 Heading and RTK OEM Receiver
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AsteRx-m2a Heading and RTK Receiver

Item# AsteRxm2a

Smaller-than-a-credit-card, Septentrio's AsteRx-m2a Heading and RTK receiver is ideal for UAS, INS integrations and any other industrial application requiring high-reliability positioning combined with low power consumption. View Full Description

Category: OEM
Manufacturer: Septentrio


AsteRx-m2a Heading and RTK Receiver for UAS, INS Integration

Smaller-than-a-credit-card, the AsteRx-m2a is ideal for UAS, INS integrations and other industrial applications that require high reliability in positioning combined with low power consumption.
  • all-in-view, multi-constellation, multi-frequency satellite tracking
  • Sub-degree GNSS heading and pitch/roll precision
  • Best-in-class reliable and scalable position accuracy
  • AIM anti-jamming and monitoring system
  • Ultra-compact design
  • Low power consumption (<1 W)
  • Easy to integrate
  • Interference robustness

Advanced Interference Mitigation Technology

The AsteRx-m2a features AIM ,  one of the most, if not the most, advanced on-board interference mitigation technology on the market. It can suppress the widest variety of interferers, from simple continuous narrowband signals to the most complex wideband and pulsed jammers. The RF spectrum can be viewed in real-time in both time and frequency domains.

Easy to Integrate

The AsteRx-m2a comes with fully-documented interfaces, commands and data messages. The included RxTools software allows receiver configuring, monitoring as well as data logging and analysis. An SDK is provided to help integrators create professional custom applications. The AsteRx-m2a is compatible with GeoTagZ Software and its SDK library for RPK (ReProcessed Kinematic) offline processing.

“We’ve taken the hugely successful AsteRx-m2 and added a second antenna input for high-precision GNSS heading. No need to manouver around in a figure of ‘8’ trying to initialize INS heading or find space or additional power for a separate INS module. Now, all you need is a second antenna and you’re good to go”, stated Gustavo Lopez, OEM Product Manager at Septentrio.