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Allystar introduces new dual-bank multi-GNSS modules

29 / 01 / 2020
Allystar introduces new dual-bank multi-GNSS modules
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Chinese chipset developer Allystar has brought to the market two of its newest products – TAU1202/TAU1205 dual-band multi-GNSS modules. They both support Galileo as well as GPS, QZSS, and BDS. In addition, TAU1202 is designed for picking up signals from the GLONASS constellation, while TAU1205 is developed to work together with IRNSS (NavIC). The two modules run on Allystar Cynosure III GNSS chipset and boast a built-in low-noise amplifier and surface acoustic wave (SAW) filter. This allows TAU1202 and TAU1205 to ensure reliable performance even in cases of weak signals while keeping power consumption as low as 40 mA. As such, the modules are a solid addition to the navigation mass market and can be used for numerous applications, such as vehicle or asset tracking.

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