The Jupiter SE880 is Telit's ultra-compact GPS receiver module for applications in the commercial, industrial, and consumer segments including wearable and handheld devices. The miniature 4.7x4.7mm QFN (Quad-Flat No-leads), SiRFstarIVTM-based receiver module employs leading 3-D component embedding technology to achieve best-in-class performance in all dimensions critical for regular or size-constrained GPS applications.
The SE880 receiver module was conceived to shorten Time-to-Market and to make the chipset-versus-module decision an easy one for you to make.
Supports AGPS using Extended Ephemeris injection as well as Extended Ephemeris on-board generation for fastest TTFF
Easy integration in cellular/GNSS bundle solutions combined with Telit cellular modules
Miniature 4.7x4.7mm QFN form factor for compact devices and wearable technology
Ultra sensitive receiver for challenging environments such as urban canyons
Our positioning product portfolio is the result of over twenty years of experience in GPS 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.
Your application development effort can also benefit significantly from the seamless integration between Telit's 2G cellular and positioning modules. This bundling of cellular and positioning modules significantly reduces development complexity without adding costs. Multi-constellation positioning products applied together with our eCall/ERA-GLONASS compliant cellular modules bring you ready-to-use emergency automotive tracking solutions for the European and Russian markets.
Typical applications include fleet management systems, European GPS-assisted road tolling systems, cellular base stations, in-car navigation systems, automotive telematics systems, and GPS-based personal sports training monitors.