Glyn GPS‐MOUSE‐SL869 with GLONASS
The latest release GPS mouse from Glyn, based on the latest Telit SL869 module, is a receiver that can simultaneously search and track satellite signals from multiple satellite constellations.
The multiGNSS receiver uses the entire spectrum of GNSS systems available: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS.
The GPSâ€MOUSEâ€SL869 with built-in active dielectric antenna has high sensitivity, low power consumption and fast time to first fix. It also offers an accurate timing pulse and jamming immunity.
By incorporating threeâ€stage rejection architecture, the GPS mouse is able to remove interfering signals preâ€ and postâ€correlation. Three-stage jamming rejection approaches actively identify and remove jammers preâ€ and postâ€correlation, which maximises GPS performance.
High-sensitivity navigation engine (PVT) tracks as low as â€162 dBm, 32 track verification channels, SBAS: WAAS, EGNOS, and MSAS supported.
The module combines a GNSS engine, TCXO, SAW filter, RTC and LDO, and communication is provided over 3V3 UART or optional RS232 with NMEA message format.
Supply voltage range from 3.6 to 5 V with cable length 2 m as standard, optional DB9 (RS232) with longer cable lengths available on request.
Phone: 02 9889 2520
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