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The SL869T3-I Multi‑Band Receiver Supports L1 For GPS, L5 For NavIC, And The Indian SBAS System GAGAN (L1) Concurrently

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced the SL869T3-I. The new positioning module combines GPS, NavIC, and GAGAN, which enables the creation of high-performance position reporting and navigation solutions.

The SL869T3-I complies with Automotive Industry Standard 140 (AIS-140). An Indian government mandate that requires the use of NavIC for vehicle location tracking devices in all public transportation vehicles, effective April 2019.

The SL869T3-I is a 16 x 12.2mm module with an LLC package. The SL869T3-I is provided with a single RF input for L1 and L5 bands. It also contains Flash memory, a Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) and SAW filters. The RF front end is specifically designed to comply with sensitivity specifications contained in AIS-140 standard.

“The new SL869T3-I is among the first IoT GNSS positioning receiver modules to deliver IRNSS/NavIC L5 coverage compliant with the Indian government’s AIS-140 regulation,” said Manish Watwani, EVP Global Product Management, Telit. “This new addition to the Telit family of products results from more than 20 years’ experience in GNSS applications.”

About Telit
Telit (TCM.L), is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement, with an extensive portfolio of wireless connectivity modules, platforms, virtual cellular IoT operator services, and professional services, empowering hundreds of millions of connected ‘things’ to date, and trusted by thousands of direct and indirect customers, globally.  With nearly two decades of IoT innovation experience, Telit continues to redefine the boundaries of digital business, by delivering secure, integrated end-to-end IoT solutions for many of the world’s largest brands, including enterprises, OEMs, system integrators and service providers across all industries, enabling their pursuit of enterprise digital transformation. – Yahoo Finance

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