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AsteRx3 IntKit
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Septentrio AsteRx3 Integrator Kit

Item# AsteRx3 IntKit

AsteRx3 Integrator Kit is an OEM develoment / integrator kit, containing the Septentrio AsteRx3 OEM board. View Full Description

Category: OEM
Manufacturer: Septentrio
Manufacturer Number: 400073B1221


AsteRx3 Integrator Kit

AsteRx3 Integrator Kit is an OEM develoment / integrator kit, containing one AsteRx3 OEM board, an I/O development board, a power cable, a USB cable, a null modem cable, an antenna cable, an 80-pin general interface header cable, two 80-pin interface headers for PCB mounting, an extended user manual and the RxControl GUI with corresponding manual (on CD-ROM). This kit comes with full options.
The AsteRx3 is a multi-frequency GPS/GLONASS/Galileo receiver for demanding industrial applications. AsteRx3 features proven simultaneous high-quality GPS, GLONASS and Galileo tracking and a range of innovative features, such as the patented Galileo AltBOC tracking, the advanced multipath mitigation algorithm APME, LOCK+ tracking for exceptional tracking stability under high vibration conditions, RTK+ for extended RTK baselines and faster initialisation, and AIM+, Septentrio’s Advanced Interference Mitigation technology, offering cm-level measurement quality for high precision positioning, even in challenging environments.
What is AIM+ (Advanced Interference Mitigation)?
AIM+ (Advanced Interference Mitigation) is a method exclusive to the Septentrio line of GNSS receivers. If there are certain types of GNSS interference, intentional or unintentional, AIM+ is able to notch out the section of the band being interfered with and continue to use the rest of the usable spectrum. By doing this, Septentrio’s GNSS receivers are able to mitigate or reject that section of the interfering signal and continue positioning. If you are concerned about intentional or unintentional interference with GPS signals, you will want to look into these receivers. Contact us for more information.