* All horizontal accuracy specifications are based on repeatable in-field performance 95% of the time.
** Receiver convergence time varies based on GNSS constellation health, level of multipath, and proximity to obstructions such as large trees and buildings. In ideal conditions, receivers can converge to a 30cm position in approximately 10 minutes, 20cm in 15 minutes, and full accuracy in less than 30 minutes.
Sub-centimeter accuracy anywhere in the world
Trimble® CenterPoint™ RTX™ delivers GNSS enabled, repeatable 1.5-inch (3.8 cm) corrections to your receiver anywhere in the world. Available via satellite or cellular delivery, CenterPoint RTX Standard converges to the full accuracy in 30 minutes or less. Positions may also be used much sooner at a lower accuracy level—the user decides. CenterPoint RTX corrections can be delivered directly to the built-in receiver of your Trimble TMX-2050™ display, FmX® integrated display, CFX-750™ display, or AG-372 GNSS receiver.
CenterPoint RTX Standard delivered via satellite is the most accurate satellite-delivered correction service available. It doesn't require an RTK base station or cellular service and is available throughout North America, South America, most of Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Africa, Asia and Australasia.
CenterPoint RTX delivered via cellular is now available worldwide.
Now available in North America, South America, most of Europe, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Africa, Asia and Australasia.
This new technology from Trimble leverages real-time data from a global tracking station network along with innovative positioning and compression algorithms to compute and relay satellite orbit, satellite clock, and other system adjustments to the receiver, resulting in the high accuracies. These adjustments are transmitted to the receiver via satellite (where coverage is available) and via IP (Internet Protocol) to the rest of the world.
RTX correction streams are delivered directly to your Trimble receiver via a cellular link; these correction streams allow you to calculate your position. In order to receive the correction messages, you need a receiver that has cellular connectively (or connected to a device that has cellular connectivity).
When turned on, your receiver tracks the RTX (L-band) satellite as well as every other satellite in its field of view (including GPS, GLONASS, QZSS). From the L-band satellite, you will receive the RTX correction stream which allows you to calculate your position.