Oscar Basic GNSS receiver provides excellent solutions in difficult environments, under canopy or next to buildings. CONTACT US to see it in action!
Tersus Oscar Basic is the entry level moidel of the Tersus Oscar range of GNSS receivers. With an internal high-performance multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS board, the Oscar GNSS Receiver can provide high accuracy and stable signal detection.
The built-in high-performance antenna can speed up the time to first fix (TTFF) and improve anti-jamming performance. With a Nano-SIM card inserted in Oscar, it can access Internet, transmit and receive correction data through 4G/WiFi network. The built-in UHF radio module supports long distance communication. The built-in large capacity battery is detachable and can display power level. Two hot swapable batteries support up to 16 hours of fieldwork in 4G/3G/2G network and Rover radio mode. The rugged IP68 ratedhousing protects the equipment from harsh environments.
Under various canopy densities, the Oscar Ultimate performed as good if not better than nearly every rover I’ve tried, including other late-model multi-constellation rovers.Then some real fun: a “multipath hell” mark directly underneath a powerline tower. It is only the third of any rover I’ve tried that fixed in that spot. It hit the value I’d established (by conventional methods) within three centimeters 3D.
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Pair Oscar with the TC20 Controller. The TC20 is a rugged smart phone with a 4.3'' touch screen and an alphanumerical keypad. Equipped with powerful processor, it is perfect to adapt with Tersus NUWA Survey software. With professional IP67 rating, it is robust and reliable for harsh operating conditions.