by Amungo Navigation

Four-channel, all-frequency, GNSS RF-to-bits receiver for precision, satellite-based positioning

View all updates May 21, 2019

The NUT2NT+ Assembly Process

Hello to Everyone!

Thank you all so much for your orders! We are proud that people are interested in NUT2NT+.

Today we’re sharing the assembling process of NUT2NT+ prototypes. We are making it by hand because of small number of boards needed. We are carefully placing the components, soldering it by hot air, checking it visually with microscope and electrically by multimeter. Then we are washing it in ultrasound cleaner and giving it to Igor for testing the receiver in lab and under the sky.

Look at this half a minute demonstration of the assembling process. Empty boards miraculously turn to alive. That makes us happy!

Ekaterina Kolomnikova

Amungo Navigation

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Product Choices



An open, lowest cost Multi-Band Multi-system GNSS RF Front End.


RA1 Antenna

A stable phase center single L1 band antenna.


RA125 Antenna

A L1/L2/L5 multi-bands antenna.


Amungo Navigation

Amungo Navigation creates hardware for geo-location.

Igor Tcarik

Strategic management, design of antennas

Simeon Voropaev

Hardware design, manufacturing and testing

Sergey Speranskiy

PCB design

Ivan Makushkin

Software development, embedded and signal processing

Daria Ianovskaia

RF circuits design, RA antennas LNA and NUT2NT+ board's RF circuits

Dmitriy Bitsulya

Software engineering, C/C++ Developer, NUT2NT+ GNSS-SDR support

Ekaterina Kolomnikova

Hardware assembling

Nadezhda Bybko

Supply and fulfillment management

Vladimir Vikulin

FPGA Design and Verification Engineer, FAE

Artem Krivosheev

FPGA code design

Andrey Khazov

Metal parts design

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