Launchpad: Multi-frequency GNSS RF front-ends

September 26, 2016  - By
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4- and 7-channel research and evaluation platforms

The NT1065_USB3 and Multi_GNSS_Grabber_Board are research and evaluation platforms for professional navigation receivers, based on NTLab’s RF front-end integrated circuits: the NT1065 “Nomada” (4-channel GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/BeiDou/IRNSS/QZSS, L1/L2/L3/L5 band) and NT2024 (3-channel GPS/GLONASS L1/L2 and S-band).

Both boards support USB3 connection, thus allowing the user to process captured satellite signals on a PC.

NT1065_USB3

Multi-band multi-system 4-channel coherent GNSS RF front-end based on NT1065 “Nomada” IC.

nt1065_usb3-nt-labs-wFeatures

  • 4 coherent GNSS channels
  • IF bandwidth up to 32MHz for each channel
  • Acquisition of wideband signals up to 64 MHz (such as Galileo E5) with 2 coherent channels
  • Built-in 2-bit ADC
  • USB3 interface (up to 800 Mbit/s)
  • Ability to connect 4x CRPA

Multi_GNSS_Grabber_Board

All-band, all-system 7-channel GNSS software-defined receiver platform based on RFFE ICs: NT1065 “Nomada” and NT2024.

multi_gnss_grabber_board-nt-labs-wFeatures

  • All NT1065_USB3 features, plus:
  • Two additional L1/L2 GNSS channels
  • IRNSS S-band support
  • Built-in FPGA for pre-processing and channel synchronization

NTLab, www.ntlab.com

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