Discover DP0701 : Drotek new GNSS receiver for a perfect synchronization to 5G networks worldwide.

October 22, 2019 6:40 pm

Although previous generation of cellular networks have already been using GNSS time as primary source of synchronization, better synchronization throughout the network will be a key enabler for 5G.  The 5G cellular network will require tighter coordination to offer much greater bandwidth and a broader range of services to the user than 4G, supporting sophisticated features such as beam-forming, carrier aggregation, and massive MIMO. That is why Drotek has designed a new OEM board meeting this requirements and easy to integrate in your installation.







DP0701 RTK GNSS (F9T) provides nanosecond-level timing accuracy to the most demanding industrial applications. The ZED-F9T module is designed to meet the most stringent timing synchronization requirements in 5G mobile networks on a global scale. By significantly reducing the time error of the primary source of cellular network synchronization, the ZED-F9T will help you to maximize the performance of your networks and optimize the return on your investment in 5G communications. Indeed, it reduces the timing error under clear skies to less than 5 nanosecond without the need for an external GNSS correction service.

The timing module’s multi-band capability allows it to compensate the ionosphere error from all GNSS satellite constellations.To further improve accuracy locally, DP0701 ZED-F9T receiver features differential timing modes that exchange correction data with other neighboring GNSS timing receivers via a communication network.

Access to all four satellite constellations strengthens the receiver’s global coverage and increases timing availability in challenging signal environments, ultimately delivering more reliable performance. ZED-F9T also includes advanced security features such as secure boot, secure interfaces, and Time-Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (T-RAIM) to provide highest level timing integrity. The module has a single RF input for all the GNSS bands, which simplifies antenna selection.





    Ideal for global deployments due to GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, and GLONASS reception.

    Unaffected by ionospheric errors.

    Differential timing mode for highly accurate local timing.

    Built-in security for highest robustness against malicious attacks as jamming or spoofing