Hemisphere GNSS Announces New GNSS OEM Positioning Modules

Hemisphere GNSS Announces New GNSS OEM Positioning Modules

Hemisphere GNSS has launched the Eclipse P306 and P307 multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou modules, the first products to incorporate the company’s new SX4 ASIC.

With 372 channels, the modules can simultaneously track code and carrier phase signals on up to 89 satellites, are are Galileo- and QZSS-ready, and can be configured to address several diverse applications through software, according to the company.


Hemisphere GNSS has launched the Eclipse P306 and P307 multi-frequency GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou modules, the first products to incorporate the company’s new SX4 ASIC.

With 372 channels, the modules can simultaneously track code and carrier phase signals on up to 89 satellites, are are Galileo- and QZSS-ready, and can be configured to address several diverse applications through software, according to the company.

The Eclipse P306 upgrades existing designs using Hemisphere’s standard 34-pin modules. The Eclipse P307 is a drop-in upgrade for designs based on the industry accepted 20-pin module with RTK accuracy achieved in either single- or dual-frequency mode, the company says. When subscribed for multi-frequency, multi-constellation RTK, Eclipse receivers have fast RTK initialization times even over long distances.

In February 2013, Hemisphere GPS changed its name to Hemisphere GNSS Inc. after parting ways with its agriculture unit and being acquired by Beijing UniStrong Science & Technology Co. Ltd.

Hemisphere will introduce the new Eclipse P306 and P307 OEM positioning modules at the annual InterGEO conference in Essen, Germany, October 8–10, 2013.

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