Lassen™ SKII form factor OEM board based on Protempis RSMT 360

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  • Multi-GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou & Galileo)
  • High Sensitivity
  • Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
  • PPS and PP2S outputs
  • Extended Temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)
  • Timing pulse synchronized to within 15 nanoseconds (one sigma) of GNSS/UTC
  • Works in the most demanding weak signal environments, including femtocells and in-building systems
  • Timing pulse synchronized to within 15 nanoseconds (one sigma) of GNSS/UTC
  • Accepts aiding data for environments requiring the highest levels of enhanced sensitivity
  • Users can save on expensive cabling and externally mounted antennas due to RES SMT 360™ module’s robust performance

The NLC-SKII-RSMT360 is a Trimble Lassen SK2 form factor (mechanically and electrically compatible*) based on the Protempis RES SMT 360™ module, a complete all-in-view, parallel tracking GNSS receiver designed to operate with the GPS, Galileo, GLONASSS, BeiDou and QZSS L1 frequencies 1551 MHz to 1614 MHz. When connected to an external GNSS antenna, the receiver contains all the circuitry necessary to automatically acquire GNSS satellite signals, track up to 32 GNSS satellites, and compute location, speed, heading, and time. It provides an accurate one pulse-per-second (PPS) to synchronize broadband wireless, cellular base stations such as 4G LTE eNodeB’s aggregation and pre-aggregation routers, Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) applications, and many other Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) applications.

 The NLC-SKII-RSMT360 timing module can also be used as a reference source for use in laboratories, automation, R&D facilities. In calibration laboratories, the NLC-SKII-RSMT360 module is fully traceable to national standards through the atomic clocks carried on GNSS satellites - this eliminates the calibration cycle required with more traditional sources.

 The NLC-SKII-RSMT360 timing modules automatically initiate a self-survey upon acquisition of GNSS satellites. When the survey is completed, the receiver switches into the “Over-Determined” timing mode. In this mode, the reference position from the self-survey is maintained in memory and the receiver solves only for clock error and clock bias. The receiver provides for both Position and Time Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (TRAIM) which allows the receiver to self-determine a position change or to remove a satellite providing incorrect information to the timing solution.


(*) Port 2 must be enabled by software command if needed

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User Guide for the Protempis Timing SMT 360

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Protempis Visual Timing Studio Application

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Datasheet for the NLC-SKII-RSMT360 - Trimble Lassen SKII Form Factor

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