ZED-F9P - u-blox F9 high precision GNSS module

Multi-band GNSS receiver delivers centimetre level accuracy in seconds

The ZED-F9P positioning module features the new u-blox F9 receiver platform, which provides multi-band GNSS to high volume industrial applications in a compact form factor.

ZED-F9P is a multi-band GNSS module with integrated u-blox multi-band Real Time Kinematics (RTK) technology for centimeter-level accuracy. The module enables precise navigation and automation of moving industrial machinery by means of a small, surface mounted module.

The ZED-F9P module is designed for easy integration and low design-in costs with minimal e-BOM. It is well-suited for mass market adoption, thanks to its small package size, light weight, and small power consumption.

Security of positioning and navigation information is ensured by using secure interfaces and advanced jamming and spoofing detection technologies.

ZED-F9P offers support for a range of correction services allowing each application to optimize performance according to the application's individual need. ZED-F9P comes with built-in support for standard RTCM corrections, supporting centimeter-level navigation from local base stations or from virtual reference stations (VRS) in a Network RTK setup. The module can be upgraded to support future SSR-type correction services suitable for mass market penetration.


  • Concurrent reception of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou
  • Multi‑band RTK with fast convergence times and reliable performance
  • High update rate for highly dynamic applications
  • Centimeter accuracy in a small and energy efficient module
  • Easy integration of RTK for fast time‑to‑market

For sales and technical development support from our in-house engineering team, please contact the Alpha Micro team.

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u-blox F9 high precision GNSS module with rover and base functionality

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Last updated: 1 May 2018