The Hemisphere A326 is the multi-constellation, multi-frequency smart antenna that is on the cutting edge. With access to GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS the A326 smart antenna has the technology to keep you up to date for years to come. With the fast start-up and reaquisition times, the A326 smart antenna has the capability to save you time and money. There is no need to sit around waiting for the antenna to be ready. Get working faster. With the onboard easy-to-see indicators for power, GNSS, and Bluetooth, the A326 smart antenna is simple and easy to use. There are no complex and difficult to understand processes.
With a durable enclosure, in fact an IP67 environmental rating, this is not the antenna that you have to worry about. This is the antenna that will survive for years to come. The antenna that has the technology and the durability to last you as long as you need it.
Resulting in the A326 smart antenna being ideal for a variety of applications. The available multiple communication ports, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, dual-Serial, and CAN options make the A326 compatible with almost any interface. The easy-to-use WebUI allows the user to wirelessly monitor and configure the A326 with any Wi-Fi capable device, making the A326 one of the most versatile GNSS smart antennas in the world.
The entire A326 package is supported by the Athena RTK engine, the world-leading RTK engine. The A326 GNSS smart antenna uses Hemisphere GNSS’ next-generation Athena RTK engine. Athena offers world class performance in the areas of initialization time, robustness in very difficult operating environments, superior performance over long RTK baselines, and exceptional reliability in scintillation conditions.
The A326 is also Atlas ready, capable of receiving corrections from Hemisphere’s Atlas Global Correction Service.
- Atlas® GNSS Global Correction Service
- Athena™ RTK engine
- Powerful WebUI accessed via Wi-Fi
- Internal memory for data logging, download, and upload
- Environment-proven enclosure for the most aggressive user scenarios