Septentrio launches mosaic-T a new highly secure GNSS timing module

Its multi-frequency multi-constellation GNSS technology together with AIM+ Advanced Interference Mitigation algorithms allows mosaic-TTM to achieve maximal availability even in the presence of GNSS jamming or spoofing

Septentrio launches mosaic-T a new highly secure GNSS timing module
Septentrio launches mosaic-T a new highly secure GNSS timing module

Septentrio launches mosaic-T a new highly secure GNSS timing module

Septentrio, a leader in high-precision GNSS positioning solutions, announces today an addition to its GNSS timing portfolio: mosaic-TTM is a high-end GPS/GNSS* receiver module built specifically for resilient and precise time and frequency synchronization under challenging conditions.

Its multi-frequency multi-constellation GNSS technology together with AIM+ Advanced Interference Mitigation algorithms allows mosaic-TTM to achieve maximal availability even in the presence of GNSS jamming or spoofing**. This compact surface-mount module is designed for automated assembly and high-volume production.

“We are excited to expand our mosaic GNSS module family with mosaic-T, which will provide critical infrastructure and mission-critical PNT applications with accurate, reliable and resilient timing solutions”, commented Francois Freulon, Head of Product Management at Septentrio.

Septentrio mosaic-TTM delivers timing with nanosecond-level accuracy and has additional inputs for an external high-accuracy clock. Its small form factor offers an easy-to-integrate robust solution for any mission-critical timing application. For more information about mosaic-TTM visit septentrio.com/mosaic-t or contact sales@septentrio.com.

Global Navigation Satellite System including the American GPS, European Galileo, Russian GLONASS, Chinese BeiDou, Japan’s QZSS and India’s NavIC. These satellite constellations broadcast positioning and timing information to receivers. Jamming occurs when GPS frequency is overpowered by other RF radiation, which can be emitted by illegal devices called ‘jammers’. Spoofing is a malicious form of jamming where faulty coordinates are sent into the receiver.