GNSS module uses proven Teseo III chip

GNSS module uses proven Teseo III chip

By eeNews Europe

The low-power Teseo III multi-constellation receiver has both high accuracy and a fast response time. The 18-pin, 9.7mm x 10.1mm module has a Teseo III receiver with on-chip power management, UART and I2C interfaces, Flash, TCXO, and 32kHz RTC. The module comes with the documentation and tools required to get projects off the ground quickly, including the C code to drive the module using the STM32 MCU for data-logging, odometer, and geo-fencing applications.

Teseo-LIV3F delivers -163dBm tracking sensitivity, 1.5m positioning accuracy and 17µWpower consumption in standby mode and 75mW when tracking. FCC and CE certifications also accelerate time to market.

Multi-constellation functionality allows access to GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and Bei Dou constellations, as well as Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS). The module supports assisted modes including autonomous ST Assisted GPS (STAGPS) and Server-Based Assisted-GNSS with free server access for fast TTFF (Time To First Fix).

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