26 Dec Multi-constellation and Multi-frequency
Multi-constellation and multi-frequency receivers are capable of calculating PVT by receiving satellite signals broadcast by multiple GNSS in multiple frequency bands.
The use of multi-frequency receiver is the most effective way to eliminate ionospheric delay in position computation.
Kosminis Vytis’ multi-constellation receiver(s) has access to signals from GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo and NavIC constellations as well as to SBAS (EGNOS, WAAS, GAGAN, MSAS etc.). The use of several constellations leads to the fact that a larger number of satellites are visible, i.e. If the signal is blocked due to the operating environment, there is a high probability that the receiver can simply pick up a signal from another constellation, ensuring continuity and reliability of the GNSS solution.
Newton(s) simultaneously uses all supported GNSS in the navigation solution and raw measurements collection, additionally allowing the user to enable/disable GNSS constellations for tracking (user selectable GNSS constellations).