UM482 is an ultra-small, high precision positioning and heading module developed by Unicore Communications based on Nebulas II SoC. It supports GPS L1/L2, BDS B1/B2, GLONASS L1/L2 and alileo E1/E5b satellite signals. Its targeted application fields include light-weight robot, UAV, intelligent driving, machine control etc.
Ultra-small multi-system multi-frequency high-precision positioning and heading module
UM482 employs a single Nebulas-II baseband chip and high integration and high precision RF chip. Due to a high integration and SMD packaging, it supports all constellations, multi frequencies and high precision, which significantly reduces the size of the terminal.
Nebulas-II GNSS SoC
UM482 is based on Unicore's Nebulas-II multi-system, multi-core, high precision SoC. It supports 432 channels, includes a built-in broadband ADC and an anti-interference unit, while the two 600MHz ARM processors and a special high-speed, floating-point operation CPU provide more powerful signal processing capabilities.
“UGypsophila” RTK processing technology
Coupled with a high-performance data-sharing capability and simplified operating system within the Nebulas II, UM482 performs sufficient optimization on the multi-dimensional RTK matrix computation. The receiver will try to track all visible satellites of all
systems to be used in the RTK and heading solutions, resulting in a shortened RTK initialization time of 5 seconds and improved accuracy and reliability.
Integrated MEMS Navigation
Integrated with a 6-axis MEMS, using mature U-Fusion algorithm, UM482 fixed positioning interruption when getting in tunnel, going through overpass, or in city canyons. UM482 can output continuous and reliable positioning and heading result even in tough environments. The board also supports options for odometer inputs to provide better navigation and positioning performance.