Antenova GNSSNova M20072 GNSS module

Friday, 17 March, 2023 | Supplied by: Antenova Limited


Antenova’s latest compact high-precision GNSS module, the GNSSNova M20072, is a GNSS receiver with integrated GNSS antenna and reduced power consumption.

The product uses a MediaTek 12 nm low-energy chip with 1.8 V power supply, which is said to use 70% less power than older chipsets. The power consumption of the module can therefore be as low as 21 mW for a GPS fitness tracker, and GNSS-enabled products built with the device should have a longer battery life.

Antenova created the ready-made receiver solution for easy integration into a design. The module contains an integrated omnidirectional GNSS antenna, onboard LNA and SAW filter which work together to boost the signal to the GNSS processor if line-of-sight to the horizon is difficult. There is no RF integration to do, and the company assists customers with reference designs, design reviews and full technical support.

The product tracks four satellite constellations simultaneously in the 1559–1609 MHz bands — GNSS, GPS, BeiDou and GLONASS — which should result in greater accuracy in positioning. EASY and EPO are built in for a fast time to first fix (TTFF), so designs using the device should have fast performance.

Measuring only 13.8 x 9.5 x 1.8 mm, the module is ultra-small and requires only a small amount of clearance on the PCB, making it suitable for the smallest trackers and compact positioning devices where space on the PCB is tight. It is designed for use in wearable electronics, small trackers, bikes and e-scooters, and all battery-powered telematics.

Online: www.antenova.com
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