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GNSS module supports GPS (US), Glonass (Russia), Galileo (EU), Compass (China), QZSS (Japan)

GNSS module features

  • Glonass module

    Glonass module

    GNSS systems: GPS (US), Glonass (Russia), Galileo (EU)*, Compass (China)*, QZSS (Japan) *

  • Dead Reckoning: Odometer pulse, Gyro, CAN bus DWP*
    * by firmware update
  • Differential GPS: RTCM104, SBAS (WAAS, Egnos)
  • Assisted GPS support: ST Self-Trained Assisted GPS (ST-AGPS) 5 days, GPStreamTM 7 days
  • Channels: 32
  • Ultra High Sensitivity -162 dBm(Tracking)
  • Cold start sensitivity -146dBm
  • Power consumption: 80 – 150mW (depending on supported GNSS systems)
  • I2C, SPI, GPIO, 2 UARTs, 1 USB, 1 CAN,1PPS
  • 3 axis gyro, 3 axis magnetometer, 3 axis accelerometer, pressure sensor, EEPROM on I2C
  • Anti-Jamming detection and removal
  • JTAG interface
  • Running on your on program on GNSS module
  • Support of ARM Realview 3.1 compiler and Lauterbach ICE, GNU compilers(planned)
  • AEC-Q100 automotive qualified (option)
  • Small form factor: 16.2mm x 18.8mm x 2.3mm

The MEMS and gyros offer the option on indoor locating. A-GPS will help with a GPS fix in worst case conditions indoor or in urban canyon. The running own program on the module will save the micro controller. The rising of the number of visible satellites by combination of GPS plus Glonass will increase the accuracy.

Do you have further questions and would like to start the development of your own GNSS application right now? We will be glad to share our more than 15 years in GSM and GPS plus 25 years in radio communication with you. Just send an e-mail to harald.naumann (at) gsm-modem.de or the form here.

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  1. Dear Herald, I would like to know more like tech data . how to get samples and dev tools. as well as costs please. thanks

  2. Hi Ali, please be so kind and follow the link http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/thank-you/ . I have further questions at the link. I also need your address to calculate the costs for forwarding.

    Have you seen the 37 second video here:
    http://www.gsm-modem.de/M2M/m2m-componets/bye-bye-gps-welcome-glonass/
    Last week I was visiting customers to present the latest GNSS modules. These hybrid GNSS modules are able to receive GPS and Glonass satellites in parallel. We received 17 channels.

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