Upgrade your Raspberry Pi projects with the MAX-M8Q GNSS HAT, a multi-constellation receiver that supports GPS, Beidou, Galileo, and GLONASS. This GNSS HAT offers accurate and fast positioning with minimal drifting, low power consumption, and exceptional anti-spoofing and anti-jamming capabilities. It's the perfect addition for applications requiring precise location data, such as marine navigation and tracking systems.
- Concurrent reception of up to 3 GNSS satellite systems (GPS, Beidou, Galileo, and GLONASS)
- Supports augment systems, including SBAS, QZSS, IMES, and D-GPS for enhanced positioning performance
- A-GNSS (Assisted GNSS) support for reduced first positioning time and improved acquisition sensitivity
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi series boards and Jetson Nano with a standard 40-pin GPIO header
- Onboard CP2102 USB TO UART converter for serial debugging
- Breakout UART and I2C interface for connecting to host boards like Arduino/STM32
- Baud rate range: 4800~921600bps (9600bps by default); supports DDC (I2C compliant) interface up to 400KHz (max)
- Onboard battery holder for ML1220 rechargeable cell to preserve ephemeris information and enable hot starts
- 4x LEDs for indicating module operating status
The MAX-M8Q GNSS HAT is designed to be easily attached to your Raspberry Pi, enabling GNSS capabilities for your projects. With support for multiple constellations and augment systems, the HAT provides improved positioning performance and reliability. In addition, A-GNSS support ensures faster positioning times and better acquisition sensitivity.
This GNSS HAT is an excellent choice for projects that require precise location information, such as marine navigation systems, asset tracking, and remote monitoring applications. The HAT comes with development resources and a manual with example codes for Raspberry Pi, Jetson Nano, Arduino, and STM32 to ensure smooth integration into your projects.
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