oneNav’s pureL5 GNSS receiver delivers higher performance in a smaller footprint
- Scalable, licensed IP core can be integrated into an SoC or implemented as a discrete chip
- Customizable GNSS receiver can meet a wide range of performance and power requirements
- Exploits multi-constellation 50MHz L5-band GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, and QZSS signals and uses artificial intelligence to deliver the highest performance
- Eliminates L1 coexistence and interference issues
- Delivers higher accuracy – 3m in urban canyons, and higher reliability than today’s hybrid L1/L5 receivers
- pureL5 receiver design cuts RF front-end components in half compared to hybrid L1/L5 solutions
- Smallest and simplest L5-band receiver footprint on the market, saving OEMs area, power, cost, and antenna subsystem engineering complexity
For the first time in decades, global governments have updated GNSS satellites with stronger and more data-rich signals, coinciding with ever-increasing market demand for better accuracy and reliability
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The team that invented GPS for mobile
- oneNav’s team pioneered the integration of GPS into cell phones for the very first time in 2001
- 45 world class GNSS engineers, based in Silicon Valley
- Want to meet our team, and learn more about oneNav’s pureL5 GNSS receiver?
Join the oneNav Team
- oneNav is actively hiring in all areas of the company, including GNSS firmware and hardware engineers, position engine developers, GNSS signal processing and algorithm developers, front and backend ASIC designers, RF engineers, AI/ML data scientists, and GNSS field and customer support engineers. We are looking for the best talent at all experience levels. Working remotely is OK.
- Interested in disrupting the GNSS world?