When parked inside a building, precision agriculture machinery can’t receive a GPS signal due to the blocking effect of the building structure.
This means the machinery has to be moved outside to get a view of the sky so that GPS systems can be tested after installation or repair.
Another consequence of being under cover is that when a machine is moved outside again, it can take several minutes for the acquisition of satellite signals to provide a fix.
The problem is that the GPS signals, having travelled 12,500 miles from the satellites in orbit above the Earth, are too weak to penetrate the building structure.
A GPS repeater system installed in a farm building or manufacturing plant ensures that:
A repeater kit comes with all you need to get indoor GPS signal in your building.
For larger areas where one single repeater is not enough we can offer you a custom-designed-system to meet your exact requirement.
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