MG-1612AD-DR Dual-Frequency Multi-Constellation Dead Reckoning Module

MG-1612AD-DR Dual-Frequency Multi-Constellation Dead Reckoning Module

Product Code:MG-1612AD-DR
Availability:2-3 Days

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MG-1612AD-DR is using an Airoha AG3335AD chip, dual-frequency multi-constellation solution GNSS with sensor fusion dead reckoning module. It not only supports GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BEIDOU and QZSS, but also has inertial sensors (3 axis accelerometers and 3-axis gyros) to provide untethered dead reckoning function.

In addition to DR, an inertial sensor can detect the vehicular dynamics when it is attached firmly on the vehicle. Consequently, abnormal driving behaviors and the vehicle status can be detected and the alarm status will be enabled to remind the users. No requirement of installation orientation and automatic calibration function make it easy to use. With these features, MG-1612AD-DR can reduce position errors in multipath environment and continue to work where GNSS signals are poor or not available, such as tunnels and indoor parking lots, as well as deliver seamless navigation.


  • Build on high performance, low-power Airoha AG3335AD chip
  • Dual-frequency and multi-constellation satellite signals
  • Capable of SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN)
  • Support 135-channel GNSS
  • Built-in TDK-42670-P 6-axis MEMS (3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer)
  • UDR Mode CEP ≤ 3% of distance travelled without GNSS
  • Alarm statuses detected by VMDS
  • No requirement for installation orientation
  • Small form factor 16 x 12.2 x 2.6 mm
  • SMD type with stamp holes; RoHS compliant


  • Satellite System: GPS + (GLONASS, GALILEO), or BEIDOU, and QZSS
  • Interface: UART / CAN BUS / USB
  • Input Voltage: 3.0V - 3.6V
  • Power (mA): 56
  • VB (uA): 64
  • Operating Temp (°C): -40 ~ 85
  • Dimension (mm): 16 x 12.2 x 2.6 mm


  • Automotive navigation
  • LBS (location Base Service)
  • Vehicle Remote Monitoring
  • ITS (Intelligent Traffic System)

Tags: MG-1612AD-DR, Dual-Frequency, Multi-Constellation, Dead Reckoning, Locosys, GNSS