Carlson BRx7 GNSS Receiver

  • Description


The BRx7 is Carlson’s all-new multi-GNSS, multi frequency smart antenna. The BRx7 provides robust performance and high precision in a compact and rugged package. With multiple wireless communication ports and an open GNSS interface, the BRx7 can be used in a variety of operating modes.

Use the BRx7 as a precise Network Rover to work with your GNSS VRS network. Setup your BRx7 as an easy to use Base-Rover Package with industry leading performance via the internal UHF Radio or Cellular communication via Carlson’s Listen-Listen.

The built-in web user interface (WebUI) can be used to monitor and control the receiver status and operation, as well as to upgrade the BRx7 with new firmware and activations. BRx7 is Athena’M -enabled and Atlas®-capable (subscription required).

With Athena, BRx7 provides state-of-the-art RTK performance when receiving corrections from a static base station or network RTK correction system. With multiple connectivity options, the BRx7 allows for RTK corrections to be received over radio, cell modem, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or serial connection. BRx7 delivers centimeter-level accuracy with virtually instantaneous initialization times and cutting edge robustness in challenging environments.

The BRx7 receiver also enables users to work with Carlson Listen-Listen, a unique cloud-based low latency service that eliminates baseline length restrictions of UHF radios. BRx7 users with Carlson Listen-Listen only need an internet connection to enjoy a simple, easy-to-use base rover solution that can also support a single base with multiple simultaneous rover connections.

Key features of the Carlson BRx7 GNSS Receiver

  • Multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS, IRNSS, and Atlas L-band
  • Long-range RTK baselines up to 50 km with fast acquisition times with the use of Listen-Listen
  • UHF (400 MHz & 900 MHz), cellular, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi wireless communication
  • The BRx7 Athena GNSS engine providing best-in-class RTK performance
  • Internal sensor corrects collected point coordinates to within 2 cm