LOCOSYS S4-1513 GPS module features high sensitivity, low power and ultra small form factor. This
GPS module's functionality uses the state of the art SiRF GSD4e-9411 chip and it provides you with superior sensitivity and performance even in urban canyon and dense foliage environment. With SiRF CGEE (Client Generated Extended Ephemeris) technology, it predicts satellite positions for up to 3 days and delivers CGEE-start time of less than 15 seconds under most conditions, without any network assistance. Besides, MicroPower Mode allows GPS module to stay in a hot-start condition nearly continuously while consuming very little power.
- SiRF Star IV high sensitivity solution.
- Support 48-channel GPS.
- Fast TTFF at low signal level.
- Capable of SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN).
- Built-in active jammer remover to track up to 8 CW jammers.
- Embedded free CGEE technology to get faster location fix.
- Micro Power Mode.
- MEMS support.
- SBAS ranging.
- Built-in SAW filter and chip embedded LNA
- Small form factor 15 x 13 x 2.2 mm.
- SMD type with stamp holes; RoHS compliant.
- Satellite System: GPS + QZSS
- Interface: UART
- Input Voltage: 1.71V - 1.89V
- Power (mA): 27.5mA
- VB (uA): 660uA
- Operating Temp (°C): -40 ~ 85
- Dimension (mm): 15 x 13 x 2.2 mm
- Automotive Navigation.
- Radiosonde Balloon.
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