New Rugged GNSS Base Station Receiver

Septentrio's AsteRx SB3 ProBase is IP68-rated and features the latest quad constellation GNSS technology By Mike Ball / 21 Oct 2022
Rugged GNSS base station receiver

Septentrio has launched the AsteRx SB3 ProBase, a new addition to the company’s ruggedized receiver family. The AsteRx SB3 ProBase is an IP68-rated GNSS base station receiver, featuring the latest quad constellation GNSS technology for high-quality measurements.

The AsteRx SB3 ProBase complements the other members of the SB3 receiver family: the AsteRx SB3 Pro rover receiver, the AsteRx SB3 Pro+ rover and base receiver, and the AsteRx SB3 CLAS, dedicated for the Japanese market.

AsteRx SB3 products are pin-to-pin compatible with Septentrio’s AsteRx SB ProDirect receiver and with the recently released AsteRx SBi3 GNSS/INS system, making it easy to swap out receivers.

Silviu Taujan, Product Manager at Septentrio, commented: “Customers often look for a simple, high-quality and easy-to-integrate base station to set up local high precision RTK or to densify their network and the AsteRx SB3 ProBase is the perfect solution. Thanks to its configuration flexibility and monitoring capabilities it is extremely easy to deploy and configure the SB3 ProBase. Plus, it comes with our industry-leading GNSS+ technologies, including anti-jam and anti-spoofing technology (AIM+) for unbeatable robustness and reliability.”

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