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OriginGPS Shrinks Multi-GNSS Module

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March 13, 2016
Inside GNSS, March/April 2016

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OriginGPS has launched its Multi Micro Spider multi-GNSS module, which features a 5.6 x 5.6-millimeter footprint and 2.65-millimeter height.

Like its predecessor, the Multi Micro Hornet (which measured 10 x 10 x 6.1 millimeters), the ORG4033 uses MediaTek’s MT3333 and is positioned for applications that require minimal power consumption and ultra-small form factors, ranging from wearables to drones. Unlike the Hornet, the Multi Micro Spider supports Europe’s Galileo system as well as GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou.

According to OriginGPS, the Multi Micro Spider’s key features include:

·         a sub-one second time to first fix (TTFF) and sensitivity of -165dBm for two simultaneous constellations, while using less than nine milliwatts of power
·         OriginGPS’ Noise Free Zone (NFZ) technology for continued noise immunity and razor-sharp sensitivity even in poor signal conditions
·         onboard flash memory and an update rate of up to 10 hertz
·         a design that allows for migration from GPS to GNSS pin-to-pin compatibility.
·         easy integration with OriginGPS’ miniature GNSS antenna solutions.

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