Trimble introduces two new GNSS sensible antennas for sturdy efficiency

The AX940 and AX940i are the two GNSS smart antennas introduced by Trimble. The antennas are designed for a wide variety of applications including precision agriculture, construction milling machines, forest harvesters, autonomous vehicles, port automation and mobile mapping, and several others.

The AX940i also consists of built-in inertia sensors for tight integration with a positioning and orientation motor. With multi-frequency, multi-constellation support for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS, and NavIC, the antennas can provide reliable centimeter accuracy in a variety of environments.

The fully featured smart antennas are equipped with 336 channels to support multiple constellations, Trimble RTX and OmniSTAR support, flexible RS232, USB, CAN and Ethernet interfaces, and advanced monitoring of the RF spectrum. The AX940i also has WLAN and Bluetooth connectivity for wireless interface and control.

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