Telit Announces the First NavIC-enabled GNSS Module on the SL869 Form Factor




Telit Announces the First NavIC-enabled GNSS Module on the SL869 Form Factor

Telit Announces the First NavIC-enabled GNSS Module on the SL869 Form Factor

The SL869T3-I multi‑band receiver supports L1 for GPS, L5 for NavIC, and the Indian SBAS system GAGAN (L1) concurrently.

Telit today announced the SL869T3-I. The new positioning module combines GPS, NavIC, and GAGAN, which enables the creation of high-performance position reporting and navigation solutions.

The SL869T3-I complies with Automotive Industry Standard 140 (AIS-140). An Indian government mandate that requires the use of NavIC for vehicle location tracking devices in all public transportation vehicles, effective April 2019.

The SL869T3-I is a 16 x 12.2mm module with an LLC package. The SL869T3-I is provided with a single RF input for L1 and L5 bands. It also contains Flash memory, a Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) and SAW filters. The RF front end is specifically designed to comply with sensitivity specifications contained in AIS-140 standard.

Manish Watwani, EVP Global Product Management, Telit, said:

“The new SL869T3-I is among the first IoT GNSS positioning receiver modules to deliver IRNSS/NavIC L5 coverage compliant with the Indian government’s AIS-140 regulation. This new addition to the Telit family of products results from more than 20 years’ experience in GNSS applications.”

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