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September 27th, 2011
New Leica CGR10 & 15 Radio Modems Provide More Flexibility for RTK Surveys

The Leica CGR10 & 15 are receiver-only UHF radios that can be mounted directly onto the Leica Viva CS10 & CS15 field controllers. Rugged, with an IP67 rating, the radio maintains the CS10 & CS15 field controllers’ outstanding ergonomics and integrates seamlessly with any Leica Viva GNSS system.
The Leica CGR10 now transforms the Leica Viva NetRover, consisting of a Leica Viva CS10 and the GS08 receiver, into a fully flexible RTK rover that supports both GSM/GPRS and UHF communications.

Power is provided directly from the Leica Viva CS10 & 15 field controllers, and allows 6 hours on constant use. Together with the new SmartWorx Viva v4.0, the CGR10 & 15 provide compatibility with Satel, PacCrest GMSK and 4FSK protocols.

Availability
The Leica CGR10 & 15 are supported with the release of Leica SmartWorx Viva v4.0 being released in November 2011.