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GE910-GNSS – GSM, GPRS, GPS, Glonass

The GE910-GNSS combines GSM/GPRS plus GNSS (GPS and GLONASS) in one enclosure. This saves space on PCB and lowers the bill of material.

  • QUAD-BAND GSM 850/900 1800/1900 MHz
  • GNSS (GPS and Glonass)
  • Embedded TCP/IP, FTP, SMTP
  • 28.2 x 28.2 x 2.6 mm
  • 10 I/O ports max.
  • 2 UART, USB2.0, I2C
  • Analog/Digital Audio
  • Remote AT commands
  • LGA footprint like UE910, GE910-Quad and HE910
  • Customer code on Python or C
  • Lowest power: 1.5 mA @ Idle (registered, power saving on)
  • Fully approved: R&TTE, CE, GCF
  • Extended temperature range


The GE910-GNSS makes it possible to run the customer’s code inside the module using Python Script Interpreter, thus making it one of the smallest, complete M2M devices.

The GE910-GNSS will also support the Telit AppZone. The Appzone enables easy M2M application development with industry standard C code. The Telit AppZone eliminates the need for an external microprocessor, further reducing the application size and design/integration cost. With the GE910-GNSS and its AppZone the Time to Market will be much faster.

If you would like to have more details about this GSM/GPRS/GNSS Module GE910-GNSS, a free of charge webinar, a study, a research, a prototype or a development of a tracking device, samples or an evaluation kit just send an email to harald.naumann (at)


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  1. Dear Harald, Is there Rutronik FAE in Italy that support the development of this module?

  2. Maurizio, I am not sure. I am sure that the GE910-GNSS will fit to a lot of my customers in tracking and locating. I plan to combine it with some indoor locating on ANT and/or BLE. Anyhow, the reading of my blog is open for everybody.

  3. Hi
    Maybe I am missing something but for the GSM side of the device I can see current consumption as low as 1.2mA for paging multiframe 9.

    But the GNSS side only lists:
    Tracking GPS: 55mA
    Tracking GNSS: 65mA
    Acquisition GNSS: 98mA

    I dont see any mention of a standby current for the GNSS side?

  4. Hi Chris, the GNSS version will be launched in Jan/Feb 2014. Anyhow the GNSS part is based on Sirfstar V. It offers the lowest power consumption and highest performance as well.

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