Developed by Unicore and based on the Nebulas-II high-performance high-precision GNSS SoC, the UB482 is a multi-system, multi-frequency, high-precision heading board. It supports BDS B1/B2 + GPS L1/L2 + GLONASS L1/L2 + Galileo E1/E5b + QZSS L1/L2. UB482 adopts classic compact size and supports network and inertial navigation. It is widely used in drones, driving tests and intelligent driving.
“UGypsophila” RTK processing technology
Coupled with a high-performance data-sharing capability and simplified operating system within the Nebulas II, UB482 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.
Nebulas-II GNSS SoC
UB482 is based on Unicore’s Nebulas-II multi -system, multi-core, high precision SoC. The SoC supports 432 channels, includes a built-in high performance ADC, an anti-interference unit, two 600MHz ARM processors and two precision floating-point processing units, providing powerful GNSS signal processing capability.
On-board MEMS integrated navigation
The UB482 integrates 6-axis on-board MEMS chip and U-Fusion INS algorithm, resulting in optimized continuity and reliability of accurate heading and positioning output in tough environments, such as city canyons, tunnels and overpasses.