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[SPONSORED CONTENT] Hemisphere GNSS, a leader in high-precision positioning and heading GNSS technology, discusses the rational for developing and bringing to market its all-new Phantom™ and Vega™ OEM boards, powered by next-generation digital and RF ASIC and interference mitigation technology.

Users wanted a low-power, low-cost system in a smaller machine. Responding to customer needs, Hemisphere researched and developed for several years to create the new Phantom and Vega positioning technology that fits into customer applications to make day-to-day work easier.

Hemisphere’s new (Lyra™ II) digital and (Aquila™) wideband RF ASIC designs optimize performance and provide the ability to track and process over 1,100 channels from all GNSS constellations and signals including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS, IRNSS, SBAS, and L-Band (Atlas®). Signal support and tracking for AltBOC and BS-ACEBOC, BeiDou Phase 2 and 3, L5, and QZSS/L6 (L6-D and L6-E) are also available.

This new ASIC technology offers scalable access to every modern GNSS signal available. Also, the Lyra II and Aquila ASIC technology provide the foundation for a new GNSS receiver chipset architecture that significantly reduces the number of board components required, thereby reducing complexity, improving reliability, and lowering power consumption.

The powerful technology platform also includes Hemisphere’s new Cygnus™ interference mitigation technology with built-in digital filtering capabilities and spectrum analysis. The new Cygnus technology provides enhanced anti-jamming, interference detection, and mitigation.

Hemisphere’s all-new OEM boards with next-gen ASIC technology

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