NEO-M9V - standard precision M9 GNSS module with automotive and untethered dead reckoning
The u-blox NEO-M9V is the first u‑blox GNSS module to include both UDR and ADR options integrated into one receiver and is based on the ultra-robust u-blox M9 platform. It also includes dynamic models for after-market vehicles, motorcycles, and micro-mobility applications. NEO-M9V has all necessary components, including IMU, making dead reckoning technology accessible and easy to use. As the whole solution runs on the module, it means that it is not necessary to run external libraries on the host.
- Three times better positioning accuracy for a smooth urban navigation experience
- Maximum position availability with 4 GNSS and dead reckoning technology
- Easy-to-use UDR and advanced ADR for high flexibility and fast time to market
- Reduced RF design efforts thanks to integrated SAW/LNA
- Pin-compatible with all NEO modules
The u-blox GNSS product overview provides a useful guide to the technologies used, product selection, product grades and advantages of u-blox GNSS modules.
This innovative u‑blox M9 standard precision GNSS module with dead reckoning technology delivers three times better accuracy than GNSS-only receivers, enabling a smooth urban navigation or tracking experience. In challenging environments, GNSS-only receivers typically have many outliers. In such conditions, statistical accuracy can easily exceed 10 meters. With NEO-M9V, there are few or no outliers. In typical urban scenarios, NEO-M9V offers sub-5-meter accuracy. Maximum position availability is guaranteed, thanks to the concurrent reception of four global navigation satellite systems (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou) and dead reckoning technology.
UDR enables fast time to market, and ADR improves the accuracy performance if there are long GNSS outages. Excellent RF interference mitigation thanks to SAW/LNA enables simple and fast RF designs including considerable cost savings from reduced design efforts.
NEO-M9V offers backwards pin-to-pin compatibility with previous u‑blox generations (NEO-M8L and NEO-M8U), which saves designers time and cost when upgrading their design. Thanks to the continuous support of UBX messages across product generations, software migration requires little effort.
NEO-M9V at a glance
|GNSS||BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, GPS/QZSS|
|No. of concurrent GNSS||4|
|Temperature range (°C)||-40 ~ +85|
|Supply (V)||2.7 ~ 3.6|
|Dimensions (mm)||12.2 x 16.0 x 2.4|