C-Nav3050 User Guide

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C-Nav3050 User Guide

Manual Organization

This section describes how the manual is laid out. It gives one or two sentence descriptions about each major section.

Section 1 - Getting Started (Page 23 ) provides instructions to enable the robust

functionality of the C-Nav3050.

Section 2 - Introduction (Page 37 ) introduces the user to the system overview of

the C-Nav3050.

Section 3 - Interfacing ( Page 50 )instructs the user on how to interface with the C-

Nav3050.

Section 4 - Installation (Page 67 ) provides installation instructions.

Section 5 - Configuration (Page 76 ) provides instructions on four ways to

configure a C-Nav3050.

Section 6 - Safety Instructions (Page 81 ) provides the safety information for the

user.

Appendix A - GNSS Sensor Specifications (Page 83 ) provides the user with

specifications on the C-Nav3050.

Appendix B - Antenna Specifications (Page 94 ) provides specifications for the

antennas that are used with the C-Nav3050.

Appendix C - C-Nav Corrections Service (CCS) (Page 104 ) provides information

on the C-Nav corrections service.

Appendix D - NMEA Data Output Messages (Page 112 ) describes the many

different NMEA messages that the C-Nav3050 can output.

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Appendix E - L-Band Correction Signals (Page 145 ) provides the user

information on L-Band correction signals for the C-Nav3050.

Appendix F - Event Input Configuration (Page 146 ) provides the user information

on event input configuration.

Appendix G - Standards (Page 147 ) provides the information of the testing

standards that the C-Nav3050 is designed to.

Appendix H - Software License Agreement (Page 148 ) provides legal information

in regards to the software used in the C-Nav3050.

Appendix I - RoHS Certification (Page 164 ) provides information on Restriction of

Use of Hazardous Substances.

Glossary (Page 166 ) provides the user with abbreviations and definitions relative

to the C-Nav3050.

FCC Notice

This device complies with Part 15 Subpart B Class B of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and

2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

The GNSS sensor has been tested in accordance with FCC regulations for electromagnetic interference. This does not guarantee non-interference with other equipment. Additionally, the GNSS sensor may be adversely affected by nearby sources of electromagnetic radiation.

C-Nav Licensing

Access to the C-Nav Corrections Service (CCS) requires a subscription that must be purchased. Licenses are non-transferable, and are subject to the terms of the

C-Nav License Agreement. Subscriptions are based upon a predetermined period of usage. Subscriptions can be left to expire, or if service is no longer needed prior to the date of expiration of service, a deactivation code can be obtained by contacting C-Nav at: [email protected]

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For further details on the C-Nav Corrections Service (CCS), subscriptions,

deactivations, terms, conditions and its capabilities, refer to Appendix C - C-Nav

Corrections Service (CCS) (Page 104 ), of this manual or send an email inquiry

to: [email protected]

Software License Agreement

By powering on and using this GNSS C-Nav Corrections Service (CCS) receiver, you agree to the terms and conditions of the C-Nav World DGNSS Receiver

Software License and Open Source Software Licenses. The complete terms and conditions of these software licenses may be found in the C-Nav3050 GNSS

Products User Guide, Appendix H - Software License Agreement (Page 148 ).

USG FAR

Technical Data Declaration (Jan 1997)

The Contractor, C&C Technologies, Inc., hereby declares that, to the best of its knowledge and belief, the technical data delivered herewith under Government contract (and subcontracts, if appropriate) are complete, accurate, and comply with the requirements of the contract concerning such technical data.

Global Navigation Satellite Systems

Global Navigation Satellite Systems (i.e., GPS and GLONASS) are under the control of the respective Governmental agency and the operation of these satellites may be changed at any time without warning.

GPS Selective availability (S/A code) was disabled on 02 May 2000 at 04:05

UTC. The United States government has stated that present GPS users use the available signals at their own risk.

The U.S. State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) limits the performance of commercial GNSS products. As a result, access to satellite measurements and navigation results will be limited from display and recordable output when predetermined values of velocity and altitude are exceeded. These threshold values are far in excess of the normal and expected operational parameters of the C-Nav3050 GNSS Sensor.

Revisions to this User Guide can be obtained in a digital format from: www.cnav.com

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