Trimble's Force 22E is a SAASM-based all-in-view 24-Channel receiver, using Trimble's next generation GPS technology, the SAASM GPS Engine-41 (SGE-41).
The Force 22E provides military integrators of munitions, unmanned vehicles, and mobile communications systems with a small, light weight solution for GPS-based navigation and timing. Equipped with a durable TCXO clock, the Force 22E also features an external 11.68MHz clock input, adding to its flexibility for tailoring to specific applications.
The Force 22E is backward compatible with its predecessor, the proven Force 22 receiver. The addition of a massive fast acquisition correlator and an ICD-167 SHCI interface, makes the Force 22E the most powerful military receiver available in this small size.
The Trimble Force 22E MRU is designed for easy integration and rugged dependability. Three general-purpose serial ports support ICD-153 and ICD-167 Serial Host Control Interface (SHCI) protocols based on published DoD standards.
The Force 22E supports 5V active FRPA antennas, and also supports an external Oscillator.
Using Trimble's next generation GPS technology, the SAASM GPS Engine-41 (SGE-41), the Force 22E is capable to simultaneously tracking twelve L1, twelve L2 or eight L1, eight L2 and eight C/A code channels.
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||Force 22E with 2x RS-232 and 1x RS-422 serial ports.
||Force 22E with 2x 3.3V CMOS and 1x RS-422 serial ports.