NovAtel’s OEM7700 uses 555-channel architecture for space-constrained applications

The multifrequency OEM7700 receiver from offers what it calls precise point positioning (PPP) for space-constrained applications. Advanced interference mitigation features are available for performance in challenging environments. The OEM7700 provides a way to bring Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-capable products to market quickly as it has a variety of interface options for system integration. The receiver uses a 555-channel architecture and can be configured in multiple ways. NovAtel’s OEM7TM firmware provides users with the ability to configure the OEM7700 for their application needs.

The OEM7700 is scalable to offer sub-meter to centimeter-level positioning, and is field-upgradable to all OEM7 family software options. These options include ALIGN for precise heading and relative positioning; GLIDETM for decimeter-level pass-to-pass accuracy; and SPAN GNSS+INS for continuous 3-D position, velocity, and attitude. Users can also use NovAtel CORRECT with real-time kinematics (RTK) firmware for centimeter-level real-time positioning, or go base-free for centimeter and decimeter PPP solutions using TerraStar corrections. The OEM7700 is capable of tracking all current and forthcoming GNSS constellations, including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS, and IRNSS.

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