Septentrio mosaic GPS/GNSS available in MIKROE Click board ecosystem

mosaic-X5 compact GNSS receiver module from Septentrio has been integrated into a new Click board by MIKROE, provider of solutions for embedded systems development.

The new board, called Mosaic Click, is compatible with the popular mikroBUS socket standard, enabling plug-and-play prototyping and reduced time-to-market. The mosaic-X5 receiver leverages triple-band GNSS technology to achieve cm-level RTK accuracy with a high degree of reliability, even in challenging environments. Advanced Anti-Jamming and Anti-Spoofing technology protects the receiver form malicious or accidental radio interference. Such a high level of robustness and resilience is especially interesting for applications where safety is a concern, as well as autonomous and mission-critical applications of systems like UAVs or industrial robots.

The mosaic-X5 receiver tracks all available GNSS constellations including GPS, Galileo, BeiDou, GLONASS and is protected by Septentrio’s renowned AIM+ anti-jamming and anti-spoofing technology. Full GNSS raw data and positioning are delivered at a high update rate of 100Hz and with low latency, critical for autonomous movement and maneuvering. The built-in web user interface and embedded NTRIP client make it easy to get started with high accuracy “out of the box”. Inspired by the mosaicBus open-source project of Septentrio, Mosaic Click is supported by an extensive mikroSDK library, which includes functions that simplify software development.

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