Quectel Wireless Solutions, the world's leading provider of cellular modules and GNSS today announced the launch of its LC29D module. The LC29D is a sub-metric-level GNSS module that integrates dead-time kinematic algorithm (RTK) and multi-band (L1/L5) technologies with fast convergence times and reliable performance. The module supports dual-band GNSS raw data output and integrates a 6-axis IMU sensor for high-precision positioning performance in seconds.
Based on the Broadcom BCM47758 GNSS chip, the LC29D can simultaneously receive signals from up to six constellations (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, IRNSS, BeiDou and QZSS) at any given time, maximizing the availability of submetric level accuracy. The combination of dual-frequency band GNSS (L1/L5) signals and RTK technology enables the LC29D to achieve high performance even in difficult conditions such as dense urban canyons. The module can also mitigate the effects of multipaths on urban cities.