Dual-band GNSS platform

By on 25 April, 2024
The u-blox F10 GNSS platform.

u-blox has announced the F10, its first dual-band GNSS platform combining L1 and L5 bands to offer enhanced multipath resistance and meter-level positioning accuracy.

The F10’s firmware algorithm prioritises L5 band signals in weak signal environments, for reliable positioning accuracy even when paired with small antennae.

The platform is equipped with protection-level technology that provides a real-time positioning accuracy estimate. Some F10 module models (NEO-F10N, MAX-F10S, and MIA-F10Q) are equipped with a RF circuit that enables the model and a cellular modem to operate without interference.

The F10 platform is also pin-to-pin compatible with the previous u-blox M10 generation for easy migration.

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Dual-band GNSS platform
The u-blox F10 GNSS platform combines L1 and L5 to offer enh...