SE868 V3

Complete multi-constellation position, velocity, and time (PVT) engines featuring high performance

SE868 V3

The SE868 V3 is a positioning system that combines GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, and SBAS to provide a high performance position reporting and navigation solution. The SE868 V3 can navigate to -162 dBm and track to -166 dBm, providing improved performance in harsh environments.

The SE868 V3 is pin-to-pin compatible with the former SE868 V2 as well as the JF2. The SE868 V3 can track GPS and GLONASS or Beidou constellations simultaneously and it is Galileo ready, thereby providing the host device with high-value benefits from multi-constellation navigation.

MODULE CONCEPT

Our positioning product portfolio is the result of over twenty years of experience in GNSS applications. Telit has developed a range of products compatible with the well-known GPS constellation as well as its Russian counterpart GLONASS. Moreover, our portfolio is fully aligned with the upcoming service launch of Europe’s Galileo constellation. Valuable features such as Dead Reckoning, Precision Timing, as well as speed and reliability assured by multi-constellation coverage, provide additional benefits for your application.


Market Segment

  • Consumer
  • General Purpose
  • Metering, Timing & Utility

KEY FEATURES

  • Pin to pin compatible with JF2 and SE868 V2
  • Full GNSS compliance: GPS, Glonass, Galileo and Beidou
  • Low power processing core delivers current optimized multi-constellation tracking
  • Ultra-sensitive -166 dBm (tracking) RF front-end
  • LNA allows use of passive antennas
  • Supports ephemeris file injection (A-GPS)
  • Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) compliant
  • CSR SiRFstarV™ based
GNSS Feature Table

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