by Amungo Navigation

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

View all updates May 28, 2019

The NUT2NT+ on High-End Autonomous Driving Platform

Hello to Everyone!

Today we are playing with NUT2NT+ and NVIDIA Drive PX 2. The Drive PX 2 is really two Tegra X2 each with Pascal GPU onboard. Eight powerful ARM Cores and plenty of GPU cores are here for processing of video, radar and lidar sensors by complex neural network algorithms.

It also has two USB3 port, one on each Tegra X2. We connect NUT2NT+ board and use Amungo ItsFx3 software to look at GPS L1 signal correlations.

The antenna is on the window.

With NUT2NT+ and magnetic roof mounted RA125 antenna the developers of ADAS can now add GNSS sensors and provide improved system robustness.

Look at this short for details.

The NUT2NT+ on Drive PX 2 is software GNSS for ADAS.

Dmitriy Bitsulya,

Igor Tsarik

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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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