Cutter Electronics , the Australian distributor for NavSync, has announced the release of TrineX CW27 GPS receiver, Navsync’s new high sensitivity GPS module.
The CW27 is a step on in evolution from the CW20 and also differs from the CW25.
Both the CW20 and the CW25 will continue to be available, but the CW27 does offer advantages for many users.
The CW27 is aimed at the high sensitivity market with the ability to track down to -159dBm compared to -155dBm and -150dBm for the CW25 and CW20 respectively.
The CW27 comes in a 24mm x 24mm smt package, which is easily integratable into the host platform. The ability to utilise A-GPS data is another feature of the CW27 allowing it to get a fix even in harsh GPS conditions.
The CW27 offers low power consumption, approximately 38mA while tracking and 41mA while in acquisition mode. These features make the CW27 ideal for handheld and battery powered applications.
The TrineX CW27 is a self-contained GPS receiver module based on the Nemerix NX3 high sensitivity A-GPS single chip receiver.
Utilising a new baseband processor and RF front end, the TrineX delivers advanced GPS performance in small surface mount package that minimises power consumption, maximising battery life.
The TrineX takes up only 24mm x 24mm of PCB space and connects directly to the host system through a UART using NMEA protocols.
Additionally, the device provides expanded protocols for enhanced performance and flexibility. The device has been specifically developed for mobile hardware platforms running off batteries, where power consumption and small size are critical.
The CW27 delivers enhanced GPS tracking, down to -159dBm, enabling tracking in many obstructed view environments such as urban canyons.
- Standalone GPS receiver module
- UART – NMEA interface
- Nemerix NX3 GPS chipset
- ARM7 based application processor
- Extremely low signal tracking sensitivity (-159dBm)
- Low power consumption
- Compact design
- Single 3.3VDC supply
- Nemerix Extended Ephemeris (NEX)
- Battery powered devices
- Vehicle tracking
- Asset tracking
- Personnel tracking
- Location based services