Aaronia Introduces Compact GPS-Logger to Record Position and Orientation of its Antennas

Aaronia Introduces Compact GPS-Logger to Record Position and Orientation of its Antennas712370

Aaronia has introduced a GPS-Logger that records the position and orientation of Aaronia antennas (HyperLOG X, HyperLOG EMI or Magnotracker series). The GPS sensor allows for easy collection and documentation of measurement position, including elevation information.

The Aaronia GPS - Logger includes a total of 6 sensors utilizing the cutting edge of technology. It has tilt-sensor and digital compass, which records and evaluates the inclination and orientation of the antenna during measurement. This special feature allows users to easily create an "RF heat map" including frequency, direction and strength of an RF source within 360 degrees.

The GPS-Logger has a very fast update rate of up to 35 complete logs with all sensor data per second (on microSDCard and/or USB-Streaming) offering a "real time" display of the unit orientation. At the maximum rate the GPS-Logger will produce data at a rate of around 50MB/hour (uncompressed). The maximum usable microSD volume is 2GB, offering a maximum recording time of about 2 days at full speed on the microSD card. The data rate can be adjusted to much lower rates to keep data volume much lower offering long time recording on the microSD card over weeks or even months.

The logger has three operating modes:

  • Streaming/logging on the internal (removable) microSD Card, completely independently as a stand-alone device
  • Continuous recording via USB port (PC, Linux or MAC OS)
  • Transfer of files stored in internal microSD Card (PC, Linux or MAC OS)

The Aaronia GPS - logger can be used with the internal LiPo battery (standalone) and/or USB (provides unlimited operating time). It has a very small form factor that measures 102 x 42 x 21 mm and can be mounted directly on HyperLOG X, Magnotracker and HyperLOG EMI antennas (screws and adapter included).

Click here for more details on the Aaronia GPS-Logger.

Publisher: everything RF
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