Technical Specifications Issue 1.0
Navation Technology F Series, GPS USB Puck Receiver
Designed for: Microsoft Streets & Trips 2009
Size and Weight:
  • Width: 1 inch/26 mm
  • Height: 2¾ inch/71 mm
  • Depth: ½ inch/13 mm
  • Size(WxHxD): 26 x 71 x 13mm
  • Weight: 2.8 oz/80 Grams
Overview:
In The Box
  • GPS Receiver with USB A Plug
  • USB Extension cable, 2.7ft/0.8m
GPS Receiver Type:
  • L1 Frequency, GPS C/A code
  • Support SBAS, WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS
  • Support Galileo Open Service(with Upgrade)
GPS Receiver Chipset (internal ):
  • U-Blox 5 GPS Single Chip/Chipsets
GPS Receiver Antenna (internal):
  • Build-in with Hi-Sensitivity Dielectric Patch Antenna
  • Central Frequency: 1575.42 MHz
GPS Architecture:
  • 50 Channels in total
  • 32 Acquisition Channels, > 1 million effective correlators
  • 18 High-Resolution Tracking Channels
Interface
  • USB A Plugs, v2.0, 12 MBits/s (Full speed)
  • GPS Data Protocol: NMEA-0183, UBX Binary
  • Baud Rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, or 51200, Factory default 4800
Power Supply:
  • Single Voltage Supply: 5V(USB):
  • Power Consumption: 600 mw (Tracking and Navigating)
System Requirements:
  • PC with USB 2.0 Port
  • Microsoft Windows XP or Vista
  • Microsoft Streets & Trips 2007 or later installed
GPS Receiver Performance Data:
  • Maxim Update Rate: 4Hz
  • Accuracy:2.5m CEP
Acquisition (Open Sky)
  • Cold Starts: 29s
  • Aided Starts: 1s
  • Hot Starts: 1s
  • Reacquisition: 1s
Sensitivity
  • Acquisition: -160dBm
  • Reacquisition: -160dBm
  • Tracking: -160 dBm
  • Cold starts: -145dBm
Operating Limits:
  • Operating temperature: -25 - +60 degrees ℃
  • Storage temperature: -40 - +85 degrees ℃
  • Operating Speed: Up to 515m/s (1152 miles/hr)