Septentrio mosaic provides localization for NXP V2X

Septentrio mosaic provides localization for NXP V2X

By eeNews Europe

NXP will use Septentrio’s mosaic multi-frequency, multi-constellation GNSS receiver module to deliver accurate global localization, even in harsh environments. The module will be integrated into the NXP’s V2X development boards. Mosaic is able to access signals from every available GNSS constellation, including the U.S. GPS, European Galileo, Russian GLONASS, Chinese BeiDou and Japanese QZSS satellites. The module’s algorithms use the signal diversity to provide accurate positioning even in tough environments such as under foliage or in urban areas.

mosaic’s jamming-resistant signal processing protects the signals against interference. Its continuous high-accuracy design make it suitable for use in safety-critical applications such as ADAS and autonomous navigation.

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