VERA-P3 series V2X Module by u-blox AG

VERA-P3 series V2X Module by u-blox AG

VERA-P3 series V2X Module by u-blox AG

The VERA-P3 Series from u-blox are Automotive Grade 802.11p V2X Transceiver Modules that operate in the 5.9 GHz frequency band. These automotive-grade modules are based on the u-blox UBX-P3 chip for 802.11p, which offers superior RF performance and is qualified in accordance with the highly demanding AEC-Q100 grade 2 specification. The modules support diversity in both transmit and receive directions, thus providing vehicles full coverage with no “dead” areas. It can support a data rate of up to 27 Mbps (10 MHz channel) and 54 Mbps (20 MHz channel).

VERA-P3 modules feature an Ethernet host interface, which allows maximal flexibility in placing the module in a vehicle, independent of the distance from the host processor. They offer a solution for smart antennas and distributed systems in the vehicle and support operation of a smart antenna compensator. These modules are available in a 160-pin LGA package that measures 24.8 x 29.6 x 3.5 mm with two variants: module with single antenna; module with dual antenna, single-channel with diversity. The VERA-P3 series is fully compliant with WAVE and ETSI ITS G5 for US and European operations.

Product Details

  • Part Number: VERA-P3 series
  • Manufacturer: u-blox AG
  • Description: 5.9 GHz Automotive Grade 802.11p V2X Transceiver Modules

General Parameters

  • Type: Module
  • Technology: DSRC/802.11p
  • Output Power: 25 dBm
  • Sensitivity: -100.2 to -98 dBm
  • Frequency Bands: 5.9 GHz
  • Bandwidth: 10/20 MHz
  • Data rate: Up to 27 Mbps (10 MHz Chhannel), Up to 54 Mbps (20 MHz Channel)
  • WiFi Standards: IEEE 802.11p
  • No of Channels: (Channels 172-184)
  • Communication Modes: V2I, V2P, V2V
  • Supply Voltage: 3.3 to 5 V
  • Applications: Automotive
  • GNSS Supported: Yes
  • Interface: GPIO, UART, SPI, Ethernet, PPS, SDIO
  • Package: 160 Pins LGA Package
  • Dimensions: 24.8 x 29.6 x 3.5 mm
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 105 Degree C

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