Building on the success of the HC1 and HC2, the HC3 comes with a 1 GHz CPU and upgraded u-blox chip in addition to the external long range Bluetooth antenna introduced with the HC2. The long range Bluetooth radios allow two HC3's to work as a base and rover pair to 3000' and beyond using external GNSS antennas. With the proper network connection, a single HC3 will operate as a network rover*! Static sessions are even supported. The long range Bluetooth radio in the HC3 is capable of operating the GeoMax Zoom90 robot beyond 3000'.
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Network connectivity for RTN rovers and file transfer is accomplished through the convenient internal 3.5G GSM modem or WiFi, depending on the wireless coverage in your area.
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