Ultra Low Power GNSS Module Unveiled at IoT World 2019

Kolmostar, a positioning technology company, launched a new ultra-low power GNSS module at IoT World in Santa Clara Convention on May 14. The JEDI-200  has very low power consumption and reducing the energy for one position fix by up to 150x compared to traditional GNSS sensors, providing the ultimate positioning solution for location-based Internet-of-Things applications.

JEDI-200 Specification Highlights Include:

  • 10mW ultra-low power consumption (measured) @ 1 Hz navigation rate 
  • 1-second ultra-fast TTFF (time to first fix) from cold start 
  • 2.0-meter CEP high positioning accuracy 
  • Supports GPS and Beidou constellations 
  • 100 Byte compressed ephemeris (EPH) to enable A-GPS with speedy download via LPWAN technologies such as LoRaWAN and NB-IoT
  • High-performance cloud computing based on 50 Byte raw position files for optimized radio transmission efficiency and minimum endpoint power consumption
  • Integrated SAW filter, stand-alone LNA and TCXO
  • 12 x 16 mm industry-proven form factor for easy RF integration

Designed specifically for IoT applications such as human and asset (bikes, scooters, vehicles, cargo, livestock, pets, etc.) trackers, smart wearables, smart farming and infrastructures etc., JEDI-200's reduced level of power consumption and its optimized efficiency with LPWAN technologies solve IoT endpoint deployment's pain-point of needing frequent recharges or a large battery, enabling new possibilities in location-based IoT applications. Kolmostar's technology will fundamentally shift the industry landscape and enable the proliferation of IoT use cases in everyday life. 

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