NVS NV08C Mini PCIe Module

NVS NV08C Mini PCIe Module

NVS Navigation Technologys NV08C Mini PCI Express (PCIe) Module is a GNSS receiver board. It becomes a practical COM port when connected to a host systems PCIe. The COM port controls receiver settings and functions.

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Overview

NVS Navigation Technologys NV08C Mini PCI Express (PCIe) Module is a GNSS receiver board. It becomes a practical COM port when connected to a host systems PCIe. The COM port controls receiver settings and functions.

The unit is compatible with COMPASS (GNSS), EGNOS, GAGAN (SBAS), GALILEO, GLONASS, GPS, MSAS and WAAS signals. It was especially conceived of for use with many computer-based timing, positioning and navigation devices equipped with a Mini-PCIe interface.

It is delivered with a USB driver so that it can transmit BINR or NMEA format data. The NV08C provides differential and assisted GNSS functions, NMEA and raw data output, high performance tracking and acquisition and high sensitivity.

Applications include mobile computing (portable and in-vehicle terminals), rugged notebooks (handheld computers, tablets and PCs), telematics (marine navigation and fleet management equipment), surveillance (public safety and security equipment), precise positioning (agriculture, machine control, survey and GIS).

Features

  • Precise navigation, timing, positioning
  • High signal sensitivity
  • Fast TTFF
  • Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring
  • High noise immunity
  • RoHS compliant

Technical Specifications

Number of channels: 32 for GNSS tracking
Raw data output: Pseudorange, Doppler and carrier phase
Data protocols: NMEA 0183/IEC 61162-1, RTCM SC-104, binary (BINR)
Operating temperature: -40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius
Max. operating humidity: 98% at 40 degrees Celsius
RF structure: 2 RF front end chains

Ordering

The NV08C Mini PCIe module from NVS can be ordered through Canal Geomatics. If you would like more information about this module, please send us your inquiry using the Request Pricing form.