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Introducing the MiniPod submersible GNSS family

The use of global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) to determine the positions of surface shipping has long been the conventional method for monitoring and recording the location of marine traffic.  Equipment installed high above the water surface will continually and accurately report its position, safely removed from the threat of submergence and harmful water damage. …

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New features added to 101G MiniPod submersible GNSS Receiver

Modulus Technology has recently introduced further options to extend the flexibility of its 101G MiniPod submersible GNSS receiver that transmits positioning data back to a vessel or the shoreline.   The lightweight, rugged product with integrated antenna provides wired or wireless streamer head and tail positioning, source positioning for 3D UHR seismic operations and is…

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New rugged GNSS receiver for marine surveyors

Modulus Technology, based in Great Yarmouth, UK, has recently introduced its new, robust submersible GNSS receiver with integrated L1 + L2 antenna to the marine survey market. Named the 101G MiniPod, this lightweight yet rugged product provides streamer head and tail positioning, source positioning for 3D UHR seismic operations and is ideal for the positioning…

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Modulus introduces innovative subsea GNSS receiver

The 106G MiniPod is a GNSS receiver designed to survive immersion that complements the operation of a second standard subsea positioning beacon located nearby on the same vehicle.  This arrangement is suited to coastal construction tasks where submersible vehicles may periodically break the surface. Whilst submerged, positioning data is provided by a standard acoustic positioning…

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