JAVAD GNSS Distributor in India - Janak Positioning and Surveying System Pvt. Ltd.

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Attention!

NetHub requires .NetFramework 3.5 SP1.


NetHub is a Windows application designed for controlling GNSS receivers developed by JAVAD GNSS, INC.

The NetHub software provides the following functionality:

  • Unlimited number of connections to GNSS receivers using any of the following interfaces: Serial, USB, Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth, CAN (http://www.kvaser.com);
  • Provides secure TLS/SSL TCP connection between GNSS Receiver and NetHub;
  • Establishing connection to remote receivers connected to PC using Serial, USB or CAN interfaces via NetRemote software;
  • RCV Server support. For incoming TCP connections from GNSS Receivers builtin RCV client;
  • Satellites Sky Plot and Measurements representation in real time;
  • Receiver management:
    • Setup, Reset, Set all the receiver parameters to their default values, Clear NVRAM;
    • Start/Stop file recording, delete files, download files;
    • View current options, upload new options from file;
  • Manual Mode terminal allows sending GREIS commands to receiver.
    • The Autocompletion System helps to design a command easily.
    • TCL script language support.
  • Tasks Scheduling:
    • Save file(s) to hard drive
    • Upload file(s) to FTP server
    • BAT scripts support
  • Data Processing options:
    • ZIP compression
    • Subfolders by dates, receiver name, ID, etc.
    • Automatic RINEX 2.11 converting;

System requirements:

  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Pentium processor or equivalent (Minimum);
  • Hard Disk: more than 10 GB free disk space may be required (determined by the total size of the memory allocated for all connected receivers).
  • RAM: 1 GB or more (4 GB recommended).
  • 32-bit or 64-bit Windows Operating System.
  • Color monitor at 800x600 screen resolution.

Attention!

Starting with NetHub Version 4.5.7.9 the numbering (Name) of the Mount Points will match the table below. New corrections formats will be added to the end of the list.

NameMessages IDsMount Point Name
DGPS RTCM {1,31,3}1, 31, 3(10)..._1
DGPS RTCM {41,3}9, 34, 3(10)..._2
DGPS RTCM {9,34,3}41, 3(10)..._3
RTK RTCM {18,19,22,3}18, 19, 22(10), 3(10)..._4
RTK RTCM {20,21,22,3}20, 21, 22(10), 3(10)..._5
RTK RTCM {18,19,23,24}18, 19, 23(10), 24(10)..._6
RTK RTCM {20,21,23,24}20, 21, 23(10), 24(10)..._7
RTK RTCM3 GD min1006(10), 1008(10), 1033(10), 1003..._8
RTK RTCM3 GD full1006(10), 1008(10), 1033(10), 1004..._9
RTK RTCM3 GGD min1006(10), 1008(10), 1033(10), 1003, 1011..._10
RTK RTCM3 GGD full1006(10), 1008(10), 1033(10), 1004, 1012..._11
RTK RTCM3 GGD full eph1006(10), 1008(10), 1033(10), 1004, 1012, 1019, 1020..._12
RTK RTCM3 3.01003 , 1011, 1005 (10), 1007 (10), 1033 (10)..._13
RTK CMR {10,0,1}10, 0, 1(10)..._14
RTK CMR+ {10,0,9}10, 0, 9(10)..._15
RTK JPS minRT, GT, NT, SI, rc, cp, 2r, 2p, BI, ET..._16
RTK JPS maxRT, GT, NT, SI, rc, cp, DC, EC, 2r, 2p, D2, E2, BI, ET..._17
RTK RTCM3 MSM1006(10), 1008(10), 1074, 1084, 1094, 1104, 1114, 1124..._18