Trimble 5700 GPS Receivers Basic Instructions

Trimble 5700 GPS Receivers Basic Instructions - Trimble...

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Trimble 5700 GPS receiver (Basic Instructions) Trimble 5700 receiver is designed for GPS surveying applications. The receiver features one touch logging for ease of use, and five LEDs that let you monitor the survey in progress and the available battery capacity. The 5700 receiver tracks GPS satellites on both the L1 and L2 frequencies to provide precise position data for land survey applications. The receiver records GPS data on an internal Compact Flash card and makes all data available through serial or USB ports. The 5700 receiver can be used alone, logging data internally, or as part of the GPS Total Station ® 5700 system, which logs GPS data from the 5700 receiver to a TSC1™ data collector running the Trimble Survey Controller™ software. 1. Parts of the Trimble 5700 All operating controls, ports, and connectors on the 5700 receiver are located on its four main panels (see Figure 1). Figure 1: Parts of the Trimble 5700 GPS receiver
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This panel contains the five indicator LEDs, the two buttons, and the catch for the Compact Flash/USB door. The two buttons control data logging, data management, power, and settings. The indicator LEDs show the status of logging, power, satellite tracking, and radio reception (see Figure 2). Figure 2: Front Panel
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course GS 608 taught by Professor Brzezinska during the Spring '06 term at Ohio State.

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