NUT4NT+ is our multi-frequency, multi-signal, front-end receiver board built around the NT1065 chip. It’s a low-power, low-cost, all-GNSS RF-to-bits receiver for satellite navigation enthusiasts. The NUT4NT+ is connected to the PC by a USB 3.0 interface. The hardware is open source. The open source software provides the ability to set a receiver’s modes and frequencies, to capture all signals continuously, and to make an example of primary processing features.
We will be offering NUT4NT+ in a conventional four-channel board as well as a smaller board built to mount on the back of an Android mobile device. We’ve recently found ways to make the board much more affordable than previous iterations, without sacrificing performance.
The Android software is currently available on GitHub.
- Receiver chip - NT1065
- USB 3.0 controller - CYUSB3014
- Clock - 10 MHz TCXO soldered on board or connected externally via SMA connector
- RF inputs - two or four, depending on board option
- RF inputs referred noise floor - 1 dB
- ADC resolution - two-bit
- ADC frequency - up to 99 MHz
- Samples transfer - continuous full stream, from 20 to 100 Mbytes/sec
- Power - 5V @ 0.5 A (four-channel) and 5V @ 0.3 A (mobile two-channel board)
- size - 39x60x6 mm (mobile two-channel board), 51x100x10 (four-channel board)
- All GNSS systems: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, IRNSS and future
- All GNSS band: L1/L2/L3/L5, G1/G2/G5, B1/B2, E1/E5 and future
- Four-channel synchronous reception for antenna array processing
- Signal dumper (grabber) software
- Spectrum analyzer software
- NT1065 configuration software
- Supports libusb API
- Supports native Cypress driver API
- Software for Windows, Linux, Android, and potentially all other OS’s with libusb.
If you have any questions, please contact us at the Amungo Navigation Website or via the Amungo forum.