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May 3rd, 2011
Septentrio – Multi-GNSS Reference Station Receiver PolaRx4

Powered by Septentrio’s next generation multifrequency receiver engine, PolaRx4 offers 264 hardware channels capable of simultaneously tracking GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and SBAS signals in L1, L2, L5 and E5ab/AltBOC bands. As recently announced, Septentrio’s versatile tracking engine also supports Beidou and GLONASS-K L3 CDMA signal tracking. The receiver is powered with AIM+, Septentrio’s proprietary interference monitoring and mitigation firmware. It also features APME+, unique in its ability to mitigate both code and carrier multipath in the short-delay range. Short delay multipath is the most prevalent and damaging form of multipath in practical circumstances. Moreover, APME+ is the only multipath mitigation technique which identifies the amount of multipath present, and which can simultaneously provide data unaltered as well as with multipath eliminated.
The advanced user interface coupled with the receiver on-board internet connectivity enable the deployment of monitoring networks at minimal installation and maintenance cost, while its sturdy waterproof housing and low power consumption make installation of autonomous stations possible in the most harsh environment. “PolaRx4 TM builds on Septentrio’s tradition of providing immediate access to new signals as soon as they are deployed.” said Peter Grognard, Managing Director of Septentrio. “As recently demonstrated again with the tracking of the new GLONASS CDMA signal, Septentrio technology is extremely versatile and is the best investment in GNSS receiver technology in the current age of GNSS modernization and signal innovation.” Septentrio will start shipping PolaRx4 TM in the second quarter of 2011. Septentrio Satellite Navigation NV designs, manufactures, markets and supports high-end OEM GNSS receivers for demanding professional navigation, positioning and timing applications. Septentrio has an international team of experts in all areas of satellite navigation receiver design and applications. For more information about Septentrio, please visit our website at www.septentrio.com