- Combined antenna/receiver module (Trimble Copernicus II GPS module)
- 3.3V for battery powered apps
- 12-channel operation
- -160dBm tracking, -146dBm aquisition
- One serial port (TTL level)
- Operating temp -40° to +85°C
- Next-generation RF technology
- 35.56 mm W × 35.56 mm L × 8 mm H (not including antenna connector)
- Sized for portable devices
- NMEA/TSIP support
- SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS) capable (transparent to user)
- Different antennas available
- Starter kit available
- Ultra-low power: 90mW @ 3.3V
Integrating a GPS receiver and antenna in a tough electrical environment while wringing out every last dB of positioning performance is a complex RF design problem. Tight space constraints often place the GPS antenna near strong transmitters, noisy power supplies and fast microprocessors. Tracking down a source of interference in the system can take months. Getting it right often takes multiple expensive iterations and, in the end, engineers are frequently forced to compromise performance for time-to-market considerations.
Compatible with Trimble’s Copernicus II, Condor and Panda families of GPS solutions, Anapala allows you to choose the best solution for your application. With Anapala, one flexible solution serves both internal and external antenna applications.
This is for the Anapala ACM (i.e. no external antenna option) with the Condor module fitted.