U-BLOX M10 Standard Precision GNSS Module | New Product Brief
u-blox M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules offer outstanding performance and reliability, catering to a wide range of precision positioning needs. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
U-BLOX M10 Standard Precision GNSS Module
u-blox M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules, available from Mouser Electronics, offer outstanding performance and reliability, catering to a wide range of precision positioning needs. These modules are constructed on the ultra-low-power u-blox M10 GNSS platform, ensuring exceptional sensitivity and rapid acquisition times for all L1 GNSS systems.
With power consumption of less than 25 milliwatts, these modules maintain high GNSS performance while maximizing power autonomy. This makes them particularly well-suited for battery-operated devices such as asset trackers.
Thanks to their capability for concurrent reception of signals from four GNSS systems, these modules guarantee maximum position availability, even in challenging environments. Furthermore, their advanced spoofing and jamming detection capabilities bolster security measures, offering protection against potential threats.
u-blox M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules are designed to be pin-compatible with previous MAX products, allowing for seamless integration and facilitating upgrades to existing designs. This ensures a smooth transition for developers looking to leverage the advanced features of these modules in their existing projects.
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