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AMY-6 series

Small, low-cost u-blox 6 GPS SiP

AMY-6 series is an older generation product. For new designs see:
Cost-efficient u-blox 8 GPS SiP
Cost-efficient u-blox M8 GNSS SiPs
Ultra small u-blox M8 GNSS SiPs

End of Life Product

The AMY-6 modules have reached end of life. For new designs, please see the list of current products at the top of this page.

Product variants


u-blox 6 GPS Module, 8.0 x 6.5 mm, 2000 pcs/reel

Product variantsAMY-6M
GNSS features 
OscillatorCrystal, TCXO
Microprocessor on board  
Standalone module open CPU
DDC (I2C compliant)1
Electrical data 
Minimum supply [V]1.75
Maximum supply [V]3.6
Environmental data, quality & reliability 
Maximum temperature [°C]85
Minimum temperature [°C]-40
Active antenna / LNA supply
Additional LNA
Additional SAW
Antenna open circuit detection pin
Antenna short circuit detect / protect pin
Ext. interrupt /wakeup
Internal oscillator
Programmable flash memory
RTC crystal
Timepulse output

Product Summary

Data Sheet

Integration Manual

Interface Manual

Application Note

Release Notes


Driver Guide

Information Note

End of Life Note


White Paper

AMY-6M is the world’s smallest standalone GPS SiP dedicated to consumer applications. It has been specifically developed to provide basic GPS functionality required by highvolume, portable products. It is a fully integrated, autonomous GPS solution requiring no host integration resulting in fast time-to-market. AMY-6M offers four different serial interfaces. This SiP features an integrated GPS crystal, providing fast acquisition and excellent tracking performance at a competitive price. In addition, AMY-6M can be assembled on a 2-layer PCB, which saves production costs. AMY-6M is so small that it can be integrated into the smallest portable devices. Advanced interference suppression mechanisms and innovative RF architecture ensure maximum performance even in hostile signal environments.