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Quectel LC86G Compact GNSS Module | Featured Product Spotlight

February 19, 2023 by Mouser Electronics

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Quectel LC86G Compact GNSS Module

The Quectel LC86G Compact GNSS Module is based on an enhanced chipset and supports GPS, GLONASS, BDS, Galileo, and QZSS.

The LC86G is footprint compatible with the Quectel L86 module to support smooth migration to the newer design.

Compared with single constellation receivers, the LC86G module increases the number of visible satellites by using multiple GNSS constellations. This reduces the time to first fix and improves positioning accuracy, especially when driving through dense urban canyons.

The integrated LNA helps the LC86G module deliver industry-leading sensitivity for improved satellite tracking and acquisition.

The multi-engine GNSS module offers a horizontal position accuracy of 2 meters as well as an excellent velocity and acceleration accuracy. The module operates at altitudes up to 10,000 meters and at acceleration rates up to 4 G’s.

The LC86G has 47 tracking channels and an embedded multi-tone active interference canceller for anti-jamming for improved performance in complex environments. In addition, the UART interface support simplifies system development.

Based on its enhanced capabilities and low power consumption, the LC86G is perfectly suited for applications such as real-time tracking systems and sharing economy services.

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