Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Surface mount 20-channel high sensitivity receiver module

9 August 2006 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Navman's Jupiter 32 has been designed to address markets where performance, size, power and flexibility are requirements. A miniaturised successor to the company's ultra-sensitive Jupiter 30, Navman claims it has now designed the smallest, autonomous, fully-featured GPS receiver yet.

Incorporating high specification components, the Jupiter 32 (which measures 17 x 15 x 2,7 mm) can track down to


-159 dBm and offers superior accuracy and extremely fast fixes even under attenuated conditions such as in built-up urban areas, dense foliage, indoors or while subject to challenging temperature profiles.

Key features:

* Sensitive 20-channel GPS receiver with fast time to fix.

* 200 000 effective correlators allows for improved indoor fixes and tracking capability.

* 0,5 ppm TCXO for optimal performance.

* Integral LNA with low power control.

* User selectable SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS) support.

* Operates: -40 to +85°C; -305 m to 18 000 m altitude.

* 3,0 to 3,6 V d.c. input power.

* Battery backup current: 5 to 6 mA (typ) for 1,9 to 3,3 V d.c. (SRAM and RTC).

Featuring active or passive antenna support, write to flash configuration, power saving modes, SiRFInstantFix support and full multimode aiding capability, the Jupiter 32 is well suited for all battery powered applications or high-end track and trace applications.

For more information contact Gyula Wendler, Arrow Altech Distribution, +27 (0)11 923 9600, gwendler@arrow.altech.co.za



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