Juniper Geode GNSS Receivers

The Juniper Geode is a simple GNSS solution that collects real-time sub-meter data accurately in harsh environments.


  • Compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows devices
  • Intuitive and easy operation, one-button simplicity
  • All day battery life for long work days in the field
Starting At $2,495.00

The Juniper Geode offers a simple and scalable sub-meter, sub-foot, decimeter, and centimeter GNSS solution at an affordable price. Designed with versatility in mind, the Geode works well with most Apple, Windows, and Android devices. An integrated antenna makes messy cables a thing of the past, yet still has an external antenna port if it’s needed. Take the Geode mounted on a pole, in a pack, or in hand to collect real-time precision GNSS data wherever the job takes you.


  • Scalable Accuracy - Collect precision multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS data at various accuracy levels
  • Worldwide Corrections - Multiple correction sources provide precise, real-time data
  • Compact Size - Small and lightweight for all-day use
  • Open Interface - Works with Juniper Systems' handhelds or your own device
  • Simple to Use - Intuitive and easy operation, one-button simplicity
  • All-Day Battery Life - Ideal for long work days
  • (1) Geode GNSS receiver with integrated antenna and battery
  • (1) USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable
  • (1) USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable
  • (1) 5/8 x 11 pole mount adapter
  • (1) USB charger
Questions & Answers
What is the accuracy both with and without the Atlas subscription service?
Real-time accuracy with SBAS corrections is < 30cm HRMS and < 60cm 2DRMS. Atlas corrections are based on the subscription.
Will this work with a tripod?
The Geode receiver has an integrated 1/4 x 20 camera stud and is supplied with a 5/8 x 11 pole mount adapter for use with range poles. Both bipods and tripods are available for use with GPS range poles.
Is this available with a serial port?
All GNS3 models includes a native 9-pin serial port standard.
What is the difference in 1Hz vs 10Hz data output on the Geode?
With a 1Hz output (standard), the Geode will update position and output data to your connected device once per second. With the 10Hz upgrade, the unit would update up to 10 times per second. The 10Hz upgrade is best when you require greater detail or if you are collecting data more rapidly.
How well is the Geode GNSS able to locate position indoors?
GNSS and GPS units are designed for outdoor position monitoring and therefore will not be accurate indoors. There are indoor positioning systems for that type of application. 
Is the 10Hz data output option available post-purchase of the Geode GNSS receiver?
Yes, you can add this upgrade, in addition to others after the purchase, if needed. Refer to the manual or the specifications for a full list of upgrades.
Are the Geode single frequency GNSS receivers, upgradeable to multi-frequency able to perform the upgrade with the existing hardware?
Yes, they are single frequency, standard, but have the ability to be upgraded to multi, unlike the other model (GNS3S-CFG(13817)).
Does the Geode require a subscription?
The Geode Connect app is free and does not require a subscription. However, if Atlas corrections are desired, this option can be added to an already purchased Geode. More information on the Atlas subscription options can be found in the manual.
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