U-BLOX MIA-M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules | New Product Brief
u-blox's MIA-M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules offer outstanding sensitivity and rapid acquisition times across all L1 GNSS systems. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
u-blox MIA-M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules
u-blox's MIA-M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules, available from Mouser Electronics, offer outstanding sensitivity and rapid acquisition times across all L1 GNSS systems. Notably, these modules excel in power efficiency, consuming less than 25 milliwatts in continuous tracking and power-saving modes. This ensures an extended operational lifespan, especially for battery-powered devices.
Equipped with the capability for concurrent reception of four GNSS systems, the MIA-M10 modules enhance position availability even in challenging environments. They feature u-blox Super-S technology, significantly enhancing RF sensitivity by up to 25%, particularly with small antennas or in non-line-of-sight scenarios, thereby improving dynamic position accuracy.
The MIA-M10Q model stands out for its integration of an LNA and SAW filter, maximizing sensitivity. All models operate reliably within a wide temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees Celsius, and come equipped with 1 UART and 1 DDC serial interface. Their compact System-in-Package design and robust jamming detection further bolster performance, reliability, and security.
u-blox MIA-M10 Standard Precision GNSS Modules offer a powerful combination of sensitivity, energy efficiency, and jamming resistance, making them a dependable choice for various GNSS applications.
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