Power Management Unit (PMU) is included to this SoC to efficiently control the power of the system in the start-up phase and during the normal activities.
Qualinx has digitized the GNSS receiver utilizing its “patented DRF technology“. At this moment, all receivers are relying on analog solutions. Qualinx has replaced most of analog building blocks in the SoC with digital counterparts resulting in dramatically reducing power consumption.
QLX300′ GNSS engine uses a “novel digital Baseband“, enabling parallel digital signal processing instead of current sequential processing. This reduces the power consumption of the Baseband significantly.
As part of QLX300 radio digitization, “Digitall PLL” has been used to reduce the power consumption while reducing the total area of the system and enhancing the total radio performance.
The whole SoC will be controlled by “ARM Coretx CPU” which delivers the top performance in deep nano-meter technology with minimum power consumption.
The determining of geo-spatial information has become critical for a wide markets segments. The continued high pace of global investment in GNSS market is a tell-tale sign.
IoT applications require ultra-low power characteristics to ensure prolonged autonomous operation. Qualinx solution is targeting these specific applications.
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