Trimble RangePoint™ RTX™ is a GPS and GLONASS enabled correction service built on Trimble's exclusive RTX technology. This affordable, entry-level correction service, delivers up to 15 cm (6 inch) pass-to-pass and 50 cm (20 inch) repeatable horizontal accuracies, making it ideal for broadacre applications.
Because it is delivered via satellite broadcast, there is no need to fear losing radio signal reception: RangePoint RTX does not require the use of traditional base stations and additional communication devices. The service is delivered directly to the built-in receiver of your Trimble TMX-2050™ display, FmX® integrated display, CFX-750™ display, or AG-372 GNSS receiver.
Trimble RangePoint™ RTX™ corrections converge to full accuracy in in less than 5 minutes, and often in less than 1 minute.
* 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.
Trimble RangePoint™ RTX™ is currently available in these areas.
Trimble RangePoint RTX correction services is powered by Trimble RTX technology. 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 accuracy positions. These adjustments are transmitted to the receiver via satellite (where coverage is available).
When turned on, the receiver tracks the RTX (L-band) satellite as well as every satellite in its field of view from the GPS, GLONASS and QZSS satellite constellations. From the L-band satellite, you will receive the RTX correction stream which allows you to calculate your position.