Get the centimeter-accurate multi-GNSS L1/L2 GNSS kit for your drone DIY projects. Standard 433/915 MHz and high-end radio versions are available.

Standard radio versions are 915 MHz (US) and 433 MHz (Europe). The two radio transmitters in an RTK system need to be able to pass RTCM data from the base station to the rover receiver. The bundle includes a basic low-power radio link that runs quickly and is good for short baseline applications.

High-end radio version is with Tersus radio station RS05R, which is a rover radio solution for wireless application. It provides reliable data communication for mission-critical applications where a combination of stability, supreme performance and long range are required. The RS05R is designed for digital radio communication between 410 and 470 MHz in either 12.5 or 25 KHz channels, which can be widely used in GNSS RTK surveying and precise positioning system.

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Comment by Hugues on January 20, 2018 at 1:41am

I'll pass, 2400 dollars for a "DIY" kit ? You must be kidding. I understand such prices for a profesionnal "non DIY" system, but not for a "DIY" amateur kit.

Comment by John McGrath on January 27, 2018 at 10:13am

I agree Hugues. There are other kits for way less. 

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