Now at Mouser u-blox explorer kit for rapid development of high precision GNSS applications

Mouser is now shipping the XPLR-HPG-1 Explorer kit from u-blox. This Explorer kit is comprised of a baseboard populated with a NORA-W106 module, which integrates a powerful dual-core 32-bit microcontroller with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth LE 5 connectivity. The baseboard also features three mikroBUS connectors with pre-mounted click boards hosting u-blox positioning and cellular modules. The GNSS RTK 2 click board features the ZED-F9R module, a high-precision dead-reckoning. The LBAND RTK click board includes the NEO-D9S module, a satellite data receiver for the L-band correction broadcast. The 4G LTE 2 click board features the LARA-R6001D, a compact LTE Cat 1 multi-mode module offering global coverage, enabling the reception of PointPerfect correction data via mobile networks. Equipped with its GNSS and communication modules, this Explorer kit can access correction data from a satellite broadcast via L-band satellite GNSS receiver or IP connectivity using LTE or Wi-Fi. PointPerfect, the u-blox GNSS augmentation service, provides correction data delivered via the Thingstream IoT service delivery platform. The XPLR-HPG-1 also supports the Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol (NTRIP. The XPLR-HPG-1 kit’s modular design also enables users to switch out Mikroe click boards. The Explorer kit provides a flexible, modular development and prototyping platform for centimetre-level accuracy positioning applications, such as autonomous robotics, asset tracking and connected health.

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