Trimble RTX Satellite

Broadcast Frequency Coverage Map

Ensure your receiver is configured to the most current frequency and baud rate for optimal satellite tracking and performance.

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CenterPoint RTX Fast

Coverage in North America

Experience high-accuracy GNSS positioning with a fast convergence time of less than 1 minute now available in the majority of the United States and select regions in Canada.

CenterPoint RTX Fast

Coverage in Europe

Experience high-accuracy GNSS positioning with a fast convergence time of less than 1 minute in select regions of Europe. Now available throughout Spain, Portugal and all of Italy.

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North America

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Europe

France coverage is not included for the Agriculture market

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Australia

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New Zealand

95% performance based on repeatable in field measurements. Achievable accuracy and initialization time may vary based on type and capability of receiver and antenna, user’s geographic location and atmospheric activity, scintillation levels, GNSS constellation health and availability and level of multipath including obstructions such as large trees and buildings. For Agriculture, CenterPoint RTX converges to full accuracy in less than 20 minutes worldwide and less than 2 minutes in select regions. See compatible devices and coverage maps for details.

Ionosphere Total Electron Content (TEC) Map

Understand where potential GNSS signal interference may be more prevalent.

Fact 1

TEC is the number of free electrons between two points, such as the receiver and satellite.

Fact 2

Affected by solar activity, the more TEC, the longer the period of GNSS interference.

Ionosphere Scintillation Map

Identify where atmospheric irregularities are strongest and interfering with GNSS signal delivery.

Fact 1

Space weather, such as sunspots, cause distortions in the Earth's upper atmosphere.

Fact 2

These fluctuations can result in GNSS signal errors.