Launch of compact GNSS module

January 8th, 2019, Published in Articles: PositionIT

Septentrio launched its mosaic high precision GNSS receiver module. Despite its compact size (31 x 31 x 4 mm), the mosaic module supports more than 30 signals from all six GNSS constellations, L-band and various satellite-based augmentation systems. As a multi-band module tracking all GNSS satellites in view it is also designed to support future GNSS signals. Unlike many dual band receivers on the market, it supports correction services and uses RTK technology together with Septentrio’s algorithms for maximum accuracy and availability. The surface-mount design of mosaic is optimised for automated assembly and ease of integration, with a full library of well-documented and flexible interfaces. This together with its low power consumption (0.6-1 W) makes it suitable for a variety of mass market UAV, autonomous and robotics applications. To defend against radio frequency interference which impact users’ uptime, efficiency and performance, mosaic features Septentrio’s AIM+ technology, an advanced on-board interference mitigation technology which can suppress a variety of interferers, from simple continuous narrowband signals to more complex wideband and pulsed jammers.

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