Trimble FMX

chester

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Somerset
Have the above and it seems to loose Gps signal easily when going under trees and takes several minutes to regain signal. It only has 8 satellites in the middle of the field. How can we get it receiving more satellites? We are near Taunton FYI.
 

Slick

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Beds
There is an unlocks tab on one of the home screens, it's been a while since I've been in front of an FMX.
It gives you a list of the features with either a padlock or blue tick to show what is unlocked.
 

chester

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Location
Somerset
There is an unlocks tab on one of the home screens, it's been a while since I've been in front of an FMX.
It gives you a list of the features with either a padlock or blue tick to show what is unlocked.
Had a look and no it’s not unlocked for Glonass, enquired and going to cost £600 to unlock, is it worth it?
Hopefully get a demo of it first.
 
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North
Had a look and no it’s not unlocked for Glonass, enquired and going to cost £600 to unlock, is it worth it?
Hopefully get a demo of it first.
At £600 you could get an AgOpenGPS setup running on RTK with a dual frequency quadruple constellation (GPS/Glonass/Galileo/Beidou) GNSS receiver. Not exactly apples-to-apples comparison but gives an idea what £600 should give you.
 
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