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Nokia 9210, 9290 and 9210i GPS Module

The GPS module adds GPS capabilities to your Nokia 9210.

What comes with the module?
The sales package consists of: a Nokia GPS Module LAM-1, 2 CDs containing TomTom CityMaps and RoutePlanner, an external GPS antenna, an installation leaflet, and a carrying pouch. For the map installer the following Windows operating systems are supported: Win98, Me, Win2000 and XP. In Europe the Nokia GPS Module will be sold in the same countries as the Nokia 9210i Communicator.

Please note that language support is limited due to TomTom applications (which use Palmtop). Supported languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Finnish and Dutch. TomTom RoutePlanner covers both Western and Eastern Europe. TomTom CityMaps cover more than 100,000 cities in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Power consumption:
Power consumption of the GPS Module is 50 mA in active mode and 1 mA when idle. In practice, GPS can be used in tracking mode with full display brightness for more than 5 hours without additional charging.


Dimensions (H x W x D)
56 x 35 x 19 mm

30 g

12 independant tracking channels
Operating temperature
Update rate
1 fix/second

Position accuracy
8m (CEP), 13m (95% typicall) using internal antenna:
3m (CEP), 6m (95% typical) using external antenna

Reacquisition time
100 ms typical (signal reacquisition)

Cold start: 50s
Warm start: 35s
Hot start: 10s

Acceleration: 5 G
Jerk: 4m/s3

At external antenna connector:
Acquisition -132 dBm
Tracking -146 dBm

External antenna
Bias voltage 2.7V max 30 mA, min 4 mA
Max net gain 35dB, Min net gain 10dB
MCX external antenna jack (female)

Power consumption
50mA typical (continuous mode)
0.8mA (sleep mode)

Serial Data Protocol
NMEA-0183 V3.0

See Also:
Nokia's General Page
Nokia's FAQ
Nokia Specifications




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