Lyra II is a new generation baseband chip independently designed and developed by UniStrong for processing multi-constellation GNSS baseband signals. The chip adopts 55nm design and supports 1100 fully compatible channels, and can process multi-constellation and multi-frequency satellite signals. Lyra II fully supports the BDS--3 full signals, L-Band signal and "Atlas" satellite-based augmentation. In addition, the chip has built-in anti-jamming technology enabling the detection and suppression of in-band and out-of-band jamming to meet the needs of various high-precision applications.
- Self-dependent intellectual property patents;
- 55nm design;
- 1100 fully compatible channels;
- Multi-constellation and multi-frequency;
- Supporting BDS-3 full-signal system;
- Low power consumption design;
- "Cygus" anti-jamming technology;
- Multi-interface design.
Surveying and mapping, deformation monitoring, precision agriculture, marine, digital construction, autonomous driving, drones, mobile GIS, smart transportation and other high-precision applications.