u-blox: ultra-small multi-GNSS module

u-blox announces the launch of ZOE-M8G an ultra-compact GNSS receiver module, especially designed for markets where small size, minimal weight and high location precision are essential. ZOE-M8G offers exceptionally high location accuracy by concurrently connecting to GPS, Galileo and either GLONASS or BeiDou. It also provides 167 dBm navigation sensitivity. This makes the ultra-small ZOE-M8G perfect for wearable devices, unmanned aerial vehicles and asset tracker applications.

The new u-blox ZOE-M8G helps simplify product designs, because it is a fully integrated, complete GNSS solution with built-in SAW-filter and Low Noise Amplifier. This means it can be used with passive antennas, without the need for additional components, and doesn’t compromise performance.

The ZOE-M8G GNSS module measures only 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.0 mm. Due to its very small size, a complete GNSS design using a ZOE-M8G module takes approximately 30% less PCB area compared to a conventional discrete chip design with a CSP chip GNSS receiver.


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