C16 - Telematics application board

The C16 wireless and GNSS application board is a complete and integrated solution for telematics applications.

The C16-C20/U20/G35 wireless and GNSS application board is a complete and integrated solution for telematics applications such as fleet management, asset tracking, road pricing, and security/surveillance.

It demonstrates the integration of u-blox' MAX-7 GNSS receiver with a u-blox wireless module. Utilizing the u-blox nested design concept, it provides the option to embed either a LISA-U200 W-CDMA, or SARA-G350 GSM/GPRS module.

This application board supports full access to the MAX-7Q GNSS module via the wireless module. Thus wireless and GNSS functionality can be controlled through a single serial port from any host processor. Direct access to the GNSS and wireless modules is also available via two mini USB connectors. The high performance u-blox 7 GNSS engine enables navigation even in weak signal environments.

Application boards are intended to assist system integrators to develop their own end products quickly with fast time-to-market. On request, u-blox provides comprehensive technical documentation including schematics, layouts, BOM and design recommendations.

Features:

  • Combines wireless modem module with MAX-7Q GNSS receiver module
  • Supports LISA-U200 W-CDMA, or SARA-G350 GSM/GPRS module
  • C16-U20-00S: PTCRB certified by 7Layers
  • 100% SMD solution

Kit includes:

The 78 x 55mm board (x 12 mm with connectors) includes:

  • Cellular module (LISA‑U200/SARA‑G350)
  • MAX‑7Q GNSS module
  • 25 x 25 mm ceramnic patch GNSS antenna
  • Hexaband cellular SMT antenna
  • Connectors: coaxial power jack, 16‑pin DIL header, 2 mini USB ports

* To receive schematics, gerber files, and additional documentation, please contact Alpha Micro.

  • Fleet management
  • Asset tracking
  • Road pricing
  • Security/surveillance
Part Number Description
C16-U20 Application board with LISA-U200 (W-CDMA) and MAX-7Q
C16-G35 Application board with SARA-G350 (GSM/GPRS) and MAX-7Q

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Last updated: 13 March 2018