STMicroelectronics Teseo-LIV3F Tiny GNSS Modules | New Product BriefDecember 22, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
STMicroelectronics Teseo-LIV3F Tiny GNSS Modules allow designers to easily add location awareness to IoT devices and other connected applications.
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STMicroelectronics Teseo-LIV3F Tiny GNSS Modules
STMicroelectronics Teseo-LIV3F Tiny GNSS Modules allow designers to easily add location awareness to IoT devices and other connected applications. The Teseo-LIV3F is based on the Teseo III positioning receiver IC that simultaneously works on multiple constellations for improved tracking and best-in-class position accuracy and comes in a tiny 18-pin LCC package. The modules includes 16Mbits of embedded flash that can be used for data logging and firmware upgrades. The device consumes 75mW while tracking, but hardware and software standby modes allow designers to optimize the power consumption and performance to the end application, with standby power as low as 17µW.
- Simultaneous multi-constellation positioning
- Supports GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou, QZSS constellations
- 1.5m CEP accuracy positioning
- Package: LCC-18, 9.7mm x 10.1mm
- 16Mbit embedded Flash memory for data logging and FW upgrades
- Power consumption: 75mW tracking, 17µW standby
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