The Trimble® MB-TWO High Perfomance RTK, Heading and RTX OEM Module
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The Trimble MB-Two is the successor to the Trimble MB-One OEM receiver module. The MB-Two maintains the identical form-factor as its predecessor and offers customers a drop-in replacement to utilize the latest GNSS design innovations.
The MB-Two is versatile, powerful, compact and smart. The Trimble MB-Two provides faster dual frequency based heading acquisition and an improved positioning engine with additional GNSS signals. In addition, two MB-Two modules may be used for precise platform position (P3) using data from three antennas for full GNSS attitude.
The MB-Two allows a wide range of option-upgradable GNSS configurations from single frequency (GPS, SBAS) to dual frequency GNSS (GPS, QZSS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo). Ashtech’s patented Z-Blade technology drives a powerful GNSS agnostic engine allowing the MB-Two to use any GNSS system for positioning, without any dependency on GPS. The GNSS engine utilizes over-the-air satellite corrections via embedded L-Band hardware to achieve centimeter/decimeter level accuracy with Trimble RTX corrections.
With worldwide availability of RTX corrections, the MB-Two delivers centimeter-level positioning without a dedicated base station.
Dual Antenna Input for heading, pitch or roll
GNSS heading, pitch or roll
Faster TTFH using dual-frequency heading algorithms
Two antenna inputs (solo/dual mode)
Single board for RTK and heading
- Precise heading, pitch/roll
- Improved dual-frequency heading
- Dual core engine with Z-Blade technology
- Precise Platform Positioning (P3)
- Web user-interface
- Precise Point Positioning using Trimble® RTX
- Correction services:
- Trimble® CenterPoint® RTX for sub 4 cm accuracy
- Trimble® RangePoint® RTX for sub 50 cm accuracy
- Superior connectivity: Ethernet, USB 2.0, Serial Ports (LVTTL)
- Small form factor
- Low power
POWERFUL RTK ENGINE
The MB-Two has a powerful RTK engine that delivers centimeter-level accuracy for systems using corrections from a local base or an RTK network. It also features RTK against a moving base for relative positioning.
The network RTK capabilities include third-party network corrections such as VRS, FKP, and MAC. When two or more alternative RTK correcting data are available, MB-Two runs the Ashtech Hot Standby RTK algorithm allowing it to use them simultaneously in the positioning process.