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Unicore Releases High-End, High-Precision UB380 GNSS Receiver Board

Unicore UB380 receiver board.jpgUnicore UR380 GNSS Receiver with UB380 (Click image to enlarge.)
September 17, 2015
Inside GNSS, November/December 2015

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Unicore released UB380 GPS/GLONASSS/BDS high precision board at ION GNSS+ 2015, held this week in Tampa, Florida.

UB380 is a 384-channel, multi-GNSS receiver that supports GPS, GLONASS, and the BeiDou Satellite System (BDS) based on Unicore’s multi-GNSS system on a chip. The receiver board can support GPS L1, L2, and L5; GLONASS L1, L2; and BDS B1, B2 and B3.

According to the company, the UB380’s tri-frequency real-time kinematic (RTK) engine can process triple-frequency of BDS and GPS and dual-frequency GLONASS observation data, which can significantly reduce the initialization time, improve position accuracy, and enhance reliability in difficult environments such as city canyon and canopy, as well as make the long baseline RTK possible.

UB380 is compatible with industry standard GNSS boards in size, interfaces, and electrical standards, and Unicore is positioning the product as a high-end board of its GNSS product line at a fairly competitive price with the following features:

According to the company, the features of UB380 include:
• Better than 1mm carrier phase precision
• Centimeter level high precision RTK positioning
• Better than 0.2° heading accuracy
• Compatible with Industry Standard GNSS boards.

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