Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announced on Monday the SE878Kx-A series of GPS and GNSS integrated antenna receiver modules for consumer and business applications that require high performance, maximum reliability and low power consumption. Compatible with GPS, GLONASS, Beidou and Galileo, the SE878K3-A and SE878K7-A enable device vendors to develop cost-effectively location-based IoT solutions for use in virtually any country worldwide.
Telit’s portfolio of GNSS Modules are simple, deliver cost effective way to implement location positioning technology to the project in a matter of days. Complete with improved features and built-in or connector antenna options, Telit’s robust line of positioning and timing modules delivers industry leading performance with the smallest footprint around. Its portfolio of high-performance position reporting and navigation solutions include GPS, GLONASS, BeiDeo, Galileo and QZSS.
The SE878Kx-A series supports dual internal-external antennas to ensure connectivity when one is broken or compromised, along with a SAW filter to maximize jamming immunity. These features make the modules ideal for mission-critical applications and other use cases where reliability is key, such as alarms, stolen cars, or high-end asset tracking.
The new modules leverage Telit’s 25-plus years of experience with satellite positioning. The SE878Kx-A series also provides seamless integration with Telit’s cellular modules, including eCall/ERA-GLONASS compliant solutions, making them ideal for telematics applications such as fleet management, road tolling and in-vehicle navigation systems.
“The new SE878Kx-A series is the latest example of Telit’s leadership in providing GNSS solutions for applications that demand the highest reliability and performance,” said Yossi Moscovitz, Telit president of products and solutions. “Just as important, the modules give IoT designers maximum flexibility, faster development cycles, easier integration and the ability to develop once and deploy worldwide.”