Intuicom announces next generation RTK Bridge-X
Intuicom Inc., a leader in wireless data solutions and pioneer of wireless connectivity for the survey, machine control and precision agriculture industries, announced the release of the newest addition to its line of RTK Bridge solutions, the Intuicom RTK Bridge-X.
Along with providing the most reliable access to RTK corrections in the industry, the RTK Bridge-X features a WiFi hotspot. Users can connect other WiFi devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones and access the Internet via the RTK Bridge-X’s cellular connection. Also new with the RTK Bridge-X is cable-free configuration. Configuration can now be easily accomplished through a wireless connection using any Web browser.
Users may then access email, send files, and perform other Internet-based tasks using the connection provided by the RTK Bridge-X.With new Remote Access, the RTK Bridge-X can be reached over the Internet from anywhere.
The RTK Bridge-X also comes with internal GPS and users can choose between an internal license-free 900 MHz radio, industry-standard UHF radio or no radio.
Other improvements include a real-time cellular signal strength indicator on the re-designed front panel, as well as an Ethernet port that can be used for configuration or Internet connectivity. A numerical LED display now shows which of the four configurable profiles is active as well as which radio channel is selected. Bluetooth connections are also supported.
Like all Intuicom Bridge Products, The RTK Bridge-X is designed for easy setup and operation and is compatible with all major cellular carriers and equipment manufacturers including Leica Geosystems, Trimble, and others.
Intuicom provides wireless data solutions designed to satisfy the most demanding requirements for long-range remote or mobile device networking. Find out more at www.intuicom.com.
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