Mouser adds GNSS devices from Kaga Electronics
Mouser Electronics and Kaga Electronics have sealed a global distribution agreement.
Through the agreement, Mouser now offers customers FURUNO multi-GNSS devices, which feature Dynamic Satellite Selection — a new satellite signal selection algorithm developed by NTT that minimises deterioration of time synchronisation performance by choosing only the high quality satellite signals.
The FURUNO multi-GNSS devices are ideal for communications and broadcasting applications, including single satellite tracking and multipath mitigation.
FURUNO GT-88 is a complete stand-alone, high-accuracy, and high-stability GNSS receiver. The module features the Dynamic Satellite Selection algorithm and provides an accurate 1-pulse per second (PPS) signal with GNSS position, velocity, and time (PVT) information through a serial communication channel. The FURUNO GT-88 timing multi-GNSS receiver module can achieve high stability of 4.5ns (1 sigma) using a single-band receiver, enabling performance required by 5G technology.
The FURUNO GT-88 evaluation kit evaluates the full performance, functionalities, and features of the GT-88 receiver. The evaluation kit includes the multi-GNSS antenna, a USB cable, USB driver, and CD containing documentation.
The FURUNO GF-880x multi-GNSS disciplined oscillators are capable of providing PVT information for GPS, GLONASS, QZSS, Galileo, and SBAS technologies. The oscillators feature the Dynamic Satellite Selection algorithm and active anti-jamming to suppress the effect of CW jammers, and they offer 1PPS with high accuracy and stability synchronised with UTC and continuously disciplined 10MHz.
The FURUNO GF-880x evaluation kits can evaluate the features, functionalities, and performance of their respective oscillators. In addition to the evaluation platform with oscillator, each kit includes a conversion cable, USB cable, a multi-GNSS antenna, and a CD with monitoring software and other specifications.
The Kaga Electronics products are now available from Mouser in the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacifc regions.