Featuring a concurrent multi-constellation GNSS receiver on dual GNSS bands, LC79D can work on L1 and L5 bands for GPS, Galileo and QZSS satellites, L1 band for GLONASS and BeiDou satellites as well as L5 band for IRNSS satellite.
Compared with the GNSS modules working on L1 band only, LC79D greatly increases the number of satellites involved in tracking and positioning, thereby significantly reducing the multipath effect caused by tall buildings in urban environments, reducing signal acquisition time and improving positioning accuracy.
LC79D is AIS-140 compliant, and its on-board LNAs and SAW filters serve to ensure better positioning in weak signal areas and other harsh environments. The GNSS chipset using 28nm process technology, coupled with the advanced low-power management solution, enables low-power GNSS sensing and positioning determination and makes the module an ideal solution for power-sensitive and battery-powered systems.
Due to its excellent performance in improving position drift and enhancing positioning accuracy in rough urban canyons, LC79D has become a popular selection for real-time tracking systems, sharing economy applications and so on.
Compact design, low power consumption and high performance make it ideal for vehicle, people and asset tracking as well as sharing economy applications.
● Ultra-compact size: 10.1mm × 9.7mm ×2.4mm
● Multi-GNSS engine for GPS, GLONASS, IRNSS, BeiDou, Galileo and QZSS
● Support dual GNSS bands (L1, L5)
● Support AGNSS
● Built-in LNA for better sensitivity
● Support SPI, UART and I2C interfaces
● Support SDK command developed by Quectel
● Support UDR (Untethered Dead Reckoning) in host mode