Trimble debuts Condor C1011, C1919, and C2626 GPS modules

Trimble is a big name in the GPS market with a plethora of products that allow people to get from one place to another without getting lost in the process. The company has announced a couple new GPS modules in its Condor family dubbed the C1011, C1919, and the C2626 modules. Trimble has integrated new enhancements to the modules.

All three modules are ready to go receivers that are capable of providing position, velocity, and time data with acquisition times that are leading edge according to Trimble. The modules are compatible with both active and passive antennas and are designed to be used in portable handheld devices that run on batteries.

The new modules include the C1011, which is the smallest of the offerings at 10mm x 11mm x 2.01mm aimed at portable navigation products. The C1919 measures 19mm x 19mm x 2.5mm and can be integrated into devices without the need for I/O and RF connectors. The C2626 is the largest of the new modules measuring 26mm x 26mm x 6mm. The modules are compatible with systems used in American and Europe.