Build your very own NTRIP RTK Base with just an RTK GNSS Receiver and 5 minutes

Setting up your own RTK Base for online access to serve NTRIP clients is easier than you might think. All you need is an RTK GNSS receiver which is compatible with Windows (such as the TOP168 or GR-903 available at . Ensure that your RTK GNSS receiver is enabled to function as an RTK Base. If these settings are not already activated, you may need to configure them. For example, we offer a guide on how to enable a F9P RTK GNSS receiver to operate as an RTK Base.) and a Windows PC.

Just follow the below 2 simple steps:

  1. Register for a Free NTRIP Caster from .
  2. Connect Your RTK GNSS Receiver to a Windows PC: Stream data to your registered free NTRIP caster mount point using the free STRSVR program. For detailed instructions, refer to our guide “Setting Up a Free NTRIP Server with RTKLib’s STRSVR.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully set up your NTRIP RTK Base infrastructure, which is now ready for connection with your NTRIP client or RTK rover. This straightforward process eliminates the need for expensive NTRIP subscriptions and worries about distant RTK Bases. Now, you can have your own RTK Base up and running in just a few minutes whenever needed.

We have tested the below RTK GPS/GNSS receivers

work with this instruction.

They can be purchased from

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