Antenova M20072 GNSS Receiver Module

Antenova M20072 GNSS Receiver Module


Antenova M20072 GNSS Receiver Module is integrated with MediaTek AG3335MN flash chip using a 12nm process to bring unmatched power efficiency. This receiver module tracks 4 GNSS constellations concurrently including GPS/GALILEO/GLONASS/BEIDOU/QZSS. The M20072 GNSS module is optimized for low power consumption and high precision with a 1.8V system power supply. This module features an Active Interference Cancellation (AIC) and an internally generated orbit prediction for fast time to fix. The M20072 GNSS receiver module’s multi-path algorithms improve position accuracy in inner-city environments. The onboard Low-Noise Amplifier (LNA) and SAW filter help to provide good performance in weak-signal environments like wearable devices. Typical applications include portable devices, asset tracking, vehicle trip recording cameras, fitness watches, sports electronics, and navigation systems.


  • Multi-constellation GNSS receiver (GPS/GLONASS/GALILEO/BEIDOU/QZSS)
  • Full-function GNSS module
  • MediaTek AG3335MN flash chip
  • 13.8mm x 9.5mm x 1.8mm ultra-small SMD package
  • Low current consumption
  • EASY mode speeds up Time To First Fix (TTFF) by predicting the ephemeris data for each satellite
  • Active Interference Cancellation (AIC)
  • Extended Prediction Orbit (EPO) fast fix
  • Default 1Hz update rate (10Hz can be configured)
  • 1559MHz to 1609MHz frequency range
  • Hot start <1s, EASY start 5s to 10s
  • Warm start <25s (typical)
  • Cold start <35s (typical)


  • Wearable devices – Fitness watches
  • Portable devices
  • Asset tracking/Personal Safety
  • Pet trackers
  • eScooter/Bike trackers
  • Sports electronics – Golf computers
  • Vehicle trip recording cameras
  • Navigation systems
  • Drones
  • Battery powered telematics

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