Updates to the Trimble RTX satellite beam transmission in Australia and the Pacific region, requires a change to the frequency and baud rate on GNSS receivers before September 30, 2021.
This affects all GNSS receivers using CenterPoint RTX, FieldPoint RTX, RangePoint RTX, ViewPoint RTX and xFill correction services. This change allows Trimble to continue to make enhancements to RTX correction services. The new satellite beam is currently available and will run in dual operational with the old satellite beam until the 30th of September 2021.
What is changing?
Trimble RTX is being moved to a new satellite beam, RTXPA. You will no longer receive correction data from the current RTXAP satellite after September 30, 2021. Changing the frequency and baud rate on the GNSS receivers to use the new RTXPA satellite (1545.2725MHz, 1200 baud) before September 30th, 2021 will allow the GNNS receiver to continue to use Trimble RTX and xFill.
How will I continue to receive GNSS corrections after this change?
You need to manually input the new frequency and baud rate for the RTXPA satellite beam into the GNSS receiver, this can be done following the video instructions for the relevant receiver using the links below:
Trimble FM-750 with xFill
Trimble FM-1000 and FM-1000 Plus
Trimble XCN-750, XCN-1050, XCN2050, Precision IQ
Case IH Pro-700 based Products using Case IH 372 Receiver
Case IH 372 Receiver used on 3rd party display
If you are having issues updating, please contact your local dealership for assistance.