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GTOP Launches Titan X1, The Smallest Multi-interface GNSS Patch Antenna Module

Published: Feb 23,2017

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GlobalTop Technology announces the launch of Titan X1, a state of the art Multi-GNSS Patch module with an ultra-compact size, especially designed for applications where small foot-print, ease-of-integration and flexible interface options are essential in addition to robust positioning performance.

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With an ultra-compact size of 12.5 x 12.5 mm, Titan X1 is one of the smallest embedded patch antenna GNSS modules based on Mediatek’s MT3333 chipset. It features a specially tuned (12 x 12 mm) GPS+Glonass Patch Antenna that offers unparalleled performance for a module this size.

Titan X1 offers a fully integrated design as standard, with a complete set of components including TCXO, RTC Crystal, SMPS, SAW Filter and an additional LNA; all considered vital for optimum performance.

A first in the industry for a sub 16 x 16 mm GNSS module, Titan X1’s introduces multi-interface support (UART, I2C and SPI), and includes external antenna detection circuit with interface so users don’t have to choose between compact size and advanced features.

“We understand the growing need for ultra-small positioning modules, especially those with embedded antennas. But we don’t believe in compromising essential components and functions for the sake of a smaller size. With Titan X1 we show our commitment to making ultra-compact modules that lack nothing in terms of interfaces and functions compared to their larger counterparts,” said Sam Khan, Vice CEO of GlobalTop Technology.

“IOT devices are getting smaller but more complex with most devices featuring a wide array of sensors and connectivity modules. Being just a receiver radio, we believe that integrating a positioning module to an IOT device should be the easiest part of the development and Titan X1 is perfect for that.”

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