Spaceborne Receiver for LEO Applications

SKU: Viceroy-4 GPS Spaceborne Receiver

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The Viceroy-4 GPS Spaceborne Receiver from General Dynamics Mission Systems is a GNSS Receiver that has up to 12 receive tracking channels with an enhanced fast acquisition processor. This receiver has a dual antenna setup and carrier-aided code tracking. It has an autonomous position solution accuracy of less than 15m, 1 sigma (LEO) and 100m, 1 sigma (GEO). The receiver supports RS-422 serial I/O interface and one PPS clock output synchronized to GPS time. It features a radiation-hardened static RAM and improved digital electronics. The GPS receiver has an altitude capability of 200-2000 km (LEO) and 35800 km (GEO) and a velocity range of up to 16000 m/sec. It requires a DC supply voltage of 20-35 V and has a power consumption of 8 W. The receiver has a mass of 1.1 kg and measures 152 x 132 x 43 mm.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
    Viceroy-4 GPS Spaceborne Receiver
  • Manufacturer
    General Dynamics Mission Systems
  • Description
    Spaceborne Receiver for LEO Applications

General Parameters

  • Space Heritage
  • Orbit
  • Constellation Type
  • Signal
  • Mass
    1.1 Kg
  • Supply Voltage
    20 to 35 V
  • Output Frequency
    1575.42 MHz
  • Cold Start
    4 to 10 minutes
  • Frequency Accuracy
    15 to 100 m (Position accuracy)
  • Interface
  • Velocity Accuracy
    0.01 to 1 m/sec
  • Operating Temperature
    -20 to 60 Degree C
  • Dimension
    152 x 132 x 43 mm

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