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SOKKIA GNSS Devices – GNR5 GNSS Reference Receiver

The GNR5 is a GNSS reference receiver for many types of applications among other GNSS infrastructure network receivers, permanent reference stations, field (mobile) base stations and reference stations for scientific analysis.

The GNR5 is capable of tracking all GNSS constellation including GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, QZSS as well as SBAS using 452-Channels with  optimized satellite tracking technology. In short, the GNR-5 has a rugged and integrated design with longer operating time and high reliability. The GNR5 supports an extended communication options with an advanced web-server functionality.

  • 452-Channels with optimized satellite tracking technology
  • Superior signal tracking across the entire GNSS spectrum
  • High-precision code and carrier phase measurements up to 100 Hz
  • Built-in Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Integrated web interface with advanced receiver management features
  • 32GB SDHC storage support
Number of Channels452-Channel with optimized satellite technology
Signals TrackedGPS, GLONASS, QZSS, SBAS, Galileo, L-Band and BeiDou (BDS)
WAAS / EGNOS / MSASYes
Antenna TypeExternal – Geodetic full wave CR-G5 or PN-A5 antenna
MemoryRemovable SD/SDHC memory card up to 32 GB and USB Host support for external USB mass storage devices
Data Update/Output Rate1Hz – 100 Hz selectable
Data Output FormatTPS, RTCM SC104 v2.x and 3.x, CMR, CMR+, BINEX, RINEX
Cellular CommunicationsIntegrated GSM; GSM Quad-band, CDMA2000, UMTS/HSPA+
Dimensions (w x d x h)5.9 x 7.9 x 2.4 in. (150 x 200 x 60 mm)
WeightLess than 2 kg
Power ConsumptionLess than 5.0 W (typical)
Operating Temperature-40°C to 80°C with external power / -30°C to 65°C with integrated batteries
AccuracyStatic/Fast Static: H: 3.0 mm + 0.4 ppm / V: 5.0 mm + 0.5 ppm
Precision Static: H: 3.0 mm + 0.1 ppm / V: 3.5 mm + 0.4 ppm *
RTK (L1+L2): H: 5 mm + 0.5 ppm / V: 10 mm + 0.8 ppm
* Under nominal observing conditions and strict processing methods, including use of dual frequency GPS, precise ephemerides, calm ionospheric conditions, approved antenna calibration, unobstructed visibility above 10 degrees and an observation duration of at least 3 hours (dependent on baseline length).

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