Almost certainly the answer is yes.

The SNIP NTRIP Caster supports connections with the any GNSS device that follows the NTRIP protocol including these popular brands:

AshtechAgLeaderBKG
CarlsonDigiFarmEmlid/Reach
EOSGENEQHemisphere
JavadJohn DeereLefebure
LeicaNovAtelNVS
OTSRTKLIBSATNAV
SeptentrioSpectra PrecisionSwift
TersusTopConTrimble
u-Blox AGVectorNav... and many many others.

Some of these devices have NTRIP Client or Server functionality directly built-in to the GNSS device.  Others are, or use, external software.  Because the last mile is often a cellular phone link, there are also a great many phone apps that provide the core NTRIP Client function, here is list of several.

 

Table of NTRIP Client Agents and Makers

This is a partial list of the other NTRIP software commonly used to connect to SNIP NTRIP Casters.  The NTRIP Client serves to connect the GNSS device (the moving rover) to the SNIP NTRIP Caster over the internet.  Many of these tools are free to download and use; click the Maker links below to learn more.

When a client first connects to a caster, it provides an agent name, a short textual string used to announce what software is being used. These are listed in the table below.  [This is a partial list with many popular tools missing.  Please contact us if you wish your tool to be added.]

Hint: For SNIP Caster operators. This list also provides a simple Lookup Table between NTRIP Client agent names and the manufacturers.  Use it to identify the NTRIP software your users connect with on your own network with a command to your own machine like: http://rtk2go.com:2101/SNIP::N-AGENT

Agent / ModelRevsionsMakerNotes
AgcoNtripClient1.0AGCO
AgriBusGPlusNtripV1Client0.0.1?Agri Info Design
AgLeader (InCommand)1.0AgLeader
AsteRx SB Client1.0Septentrio
AsteRx-U Client1.0Septentrio
AsteRx4 Client1.0Septentrio
Bad Elf--Bad Elf
Carlson--Carlson
CivilShop--CivilShop/STONEX
BKG Caster2.0.31BKG
BNC AllBKG
CHC LandStar7.3.x.x
Dalvik2.1.0
Crescent AllHemisphere
DigiFarm "iOS_GPS" 1.5.xDigiFarm
EGSTAR--
ESPrtk 1.0ESPrtk Developer
Eclipse AllHemisphere
FieldBEE client v18.0x.xx
GCS900 ClientAllTrimble
GeneralSurvey2.90/3.xx/4.00Trimble
GEOServer2.xGEOserver
GNSSGSM1.0
GNSSInternetRadio1.4.xBKG
GeneralSurvey2.x/3.x
GnssSurferV1.11x
GnssSurveyorv4.0
Javad Client1.0.0
JAVAD AndroidClient1.1
JAVAD GNSS Client1.0.0
JMTAndroidClient1.1, 1.2
Hemisphere S321 AllHemisphere
LefebureAndroidExtNTRIPClientAllLefebureNote-L
LefebureAndroidIntNTRIPClientAllLefebureNote-L
LefebureAndroidManNTRIPClientAllLefebureNote-L
LefebureNTRIPClient/ date AllLefebure
LefebureNTRIPRelay/ dateAllLefebure
Leica iCG60--Leica
Leica System 12001.0Leica
Leica Viva--Leica
MicroSurvey--Microsurvey
MissionPlanner1.0
NovAtelClient1.xNovAtel
NovAtelServer1.xNovAtel
Ntrip-Server 1.3.11.3.1BKGNote-X
NtripClientPOSIX--
OxTS1.0OTS
Pilablu-Core--GNSS Commander
PocketMax4AllHemisphere
PolaRx51.0Septentrio
PolarisAndroidNTRIPClient1.0
Polyexplore--Polyexplore
RTKLIB 2.4.2/2.4.3RTKLIB
RTKLIB/2.4.3 demo5 2.4.3 demo5RTK Explorer
RTKLIB/2.4.3 Emlid 2.4.3Emlid/Reach
SCS900/3.03.xTrimble Site Controller
Septentrio1.0Septentrio
Server PM5001.0
Server SPECTRA1.0Spectra Precision
SNIP-MonitorAllSCSC / SNIPNote-M
sNTRIP (SNIP)AllSCSC / SNIPNote-S
SpatialManager2.0
Supergeo --Supergeo
SurveyController12.4x/12.5x/2,50
SurveyPro -- Spectra Precision
swift-ntrip-client 1.0Swift
SxBlueGPSV-1.3SxBlueGPS
TerraSync--Trimble
TersusNtripClient --Tersus
TnlAgClient1.0
Topcon Client1.1./1.1.2
TopconNtrip 1.0.xTopcon
TopconNtrip 1.1.xTopcon
server Topcon0.10Topcon
TPA Client--Topcon
trimble 1.100x/1.41.x/2.0Trimble
Trimble NtripClient/2.0 1.8/2.0Trimble
u-blox (uCenter)--uBlox
Ublox Client --uBlox
UBLOX-HttpClient V2.0 2.0uBlox

Notes

Note-L

The precise name used in the agent varies with how the GNSS is connected.  The terms Ext, Int, and Man refers to how the reported NMEA $GGA sentences are created from the GNSS (internal data, external data, manually entered).  The same software is used in each case.

Note-M

The web site at http://monitor.use-snip.com provides a web based NTRIP Client which you can use to download and check the Caster Table of any NTRIP Server located anywhere in the world, if its IP is reachable over the internet.  It provides a simple and direct way to confirm that any Caster is reachable and operational.  A free public service from SCSC for SNIP users.

Note-N

This NTRIP Client produces incorrectly formed NMEA $GGA sentences.  Be sure to check the Loose NMEA $GGA box on the Caster and Clients tab in order to process locations from these devices.

Note-S

The SNIP Caster uses the agent name sNTRIP (simple NTRIP) when connecting to other Caster as either an NTRIP Client or an NTRIP Server. The SNIP Caster has the built-in ability to perform these roles to connect between networks of NTRIP devices.

Note-X

This older NTRIP Server software will run on old XP and NT Windows machines.  Some folks use this or the older 1.8 edition of SNIP for such machines (SNIP requires Win7 or better to operate, or Ubuntu 16.04LTS).


 

NTRIP Clients for Android

For Cellular Phone Users this information may be of value

The SNIP NTRIP Caster is a way to shed those costly private radio links and use local cellular coverage to connect your Rovers to your Base Stations.  This depends on having local coverage, but it often provides better coverage when distance or line-of-sight issues are a problem.  And it $aves you money.

There are many cellular apps (most are Android, some are iPhone) that provide the NTRIP Client functionality.  Most also use a common Bluetooth connection to reach your GNSS Rover device as a serial port.  Many of these apps are free to use.  Here is a list to start from.


 

SNIP Works with most GNSS brands including products from…

hex-novatel
NavisysLogo
NVS-Logo
Septentrio
FieldLink
LeicaLogo
javad-logo
vectorNavLogo
Novatel
ublox-logo
topcon-ag
carlson
stonexLogo
iXblue-log
ArduSimpleLogo
tersusLogo
Nikon_trimble
trimble
Swift
Hemishere
SparkFunLogo
EOS
Hexagon
johnDeereLogo
gpsKit-logo
emlidLogo
satnavLogo
Ag-Leader-Logo
BadElf-logo

 

See the knowledge base for more details.

SNIP also works with most older pre-NTRIP devices that can only connect with direct ‘raw’ TCP/IP methods or with serial ports..
Contact us for specific configuration details.