Summary

The Phoenix GPS receiver is a 12-channel single-frequency receiver specifically designed for high-dynamics and space applications. The receiver is based on Zarlink’s advanced GP4020 baseband processor, which results in a small size and low power consumption. In combination with DLR’s proprietary firmware, the receiver offers precision measurements for advanced navigation applications as well as robust tracking even under extreme dynamics. Three specific receiver versions (Phoenix-S/- XNS and Phoenix-HD) are offered to optimally support both orbital and ballistic missions.

The high performance and minimal resource requirements make the Phoenix receiver an ideal candidate for innovative space missions with tight budgets and limited quality assurance requirements.

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Last updated: 2020-06-11

Phoenix

Specs

mass
20 g
length
70 mm
height
15 mm
power
0.85 W
operating temperature
min: -20 C, max: 50 C
width
47 mm

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