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2013-05-28 Infineon touts high-performance LNA for GNSS
The BGA825L6S features an ultra-low noise figure, high linearity, high gain and low current consumption over a wide range of supply voltages from 3.6-1.5V.
2011-04-26 GNSS receiver integrates GPS, Glonass
Fastrax Ltd unveiled the Fastrax IT600, including GPS, Russian-based Glonass, Japanese QZSS and SBAS in a single receiver module and is designed to support other positioning systems
2014-01-22 Wideband systems for RF signal monitoring
Find out how we can fulfil the requirement for equipment that can capture wideband signals, and can deal with the large amount of data created.
2012-07-26 Spirent unveils SimSENSOR, combining GNSS and inertial MEMS
Spirent Communications has launched SimSENSOR, its simulation software which can test fusion algorithms.
2007-02-20 GNSS receivers add position location to handsets
SiGe Semiconductor announced the SE4120S and SE4110S global navigation satellite system receiver ICs allowing designers to support position location capabilities in mobile handsets.
2007-07-02 GNSS receiver achieves cascaded NF of 1.4dB
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX2769, the industry's first universal, single-chip global navigation satellite system receiver for GPS with total cascaded NF of 1.4dB.
2014-08-01 GigOptix delivers dual-mode GNSS RF receivers
The EXG0201 marks the introduction of GNSS RF receivers by GigOptix. It is a low-power consumption, highly linear RF GNSS receiver in a small Quad Flat No-Lead package
2012-11-08 Boost next-gen positioning and navigation systems
Discover the next exciting stage in GPS evolution that solves the problems of non-availability of GPS location information.
2012-08-17 SiRFstarV tracker IC aimed at mobile devices
CSR's SiRFstarV 5t tracker promises to deliver continuous, highly accurate location awareness to the latest generation of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
2006-10-12 Nordnav, SiGe develop GPS/Galileo receiver
SiGe Semiconductor and Nordnav Technologies have collaborated on a GPS/Galileo receiver for consumer electronic products.
2011-02-02 GPS simulator enables advanced receiver testing
Spectracom has announced its 16-channel GPS constellation simulator, the Pendulum GSG-55, which is a part of the company's solution set for receiving, distributing and validating GNSS systems.
2009-11-26 Paving the way to new LBS applications
This article explores the available positioning systems (i.e. GNSS, GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and Compass), digital mapping and other location-based services (LBS) applications.
2012-03-05 MEMS sensors offer accurate indoor navigation for LBS
Even without GNSS, ST's MEMS sensor that features CSR's SiRFusion location technology can determine a location to within a few meters
2013-12-11 China's BeiDou nav system fires up Qualcomm, Broadcom rivalry
Qualcomm announced its support for BeiDou within IZat location solutions while Broadcom debuted a GNSS chip that generates positioning data from five satellite constellations simultaneously
2012-06-25 Amplifiers target wireless, portable designs
Avago's high-gain and high-linearity power amplifiers, ultralow-noise amplifiers and a combo GPS filter-LNA module simplify system design of small cell base stations, macrocells and GPS systems
2007-12-04 Universal GPS, Galileo RFIC comes in tested die
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2769E/W, claimed to be the industry's first universal GNSS receiver for GPS, WAAS, Egnos, Galileo and Glonass navigation satellite systems in a single tested die.
2007-07-30 U.S., E.U. agree on common GPS-Galileo signal design
The U.S. and the EU have agreed to adopt a common civil signal design for their respective satellite navigation systems
2013-09-05 Sand 9's MEMS timing chips built for mobile apps
Sand 9's TM361 and TM061 are designed to meet the stringent performance, cost, size and reliability requirements of high-volume mobile applications such as 3G/4G cellular and GPS/GNSS
2015-04-13 Rubidium miniature atomic clock cuts need for heat sinks
The Quantum MAC SA.3X family from Microsemi is geared for wireless base stations, wire line network infrastructure, defence systems, and test and measurement instruments
2016-02-09 Microsemi develops FPGA-based network time-servers
The NTP servers boast four GigE ports for networking flexibility; provide NTP Stratum 1-level performance via GNSS; and offer holdover accuracy protection using one of Microsemi's tiny atomic clocks
2014-07-25 Imagination unveils RPU for wearables, IoT
Ensigma Whisper RPUs are designed to enable customers to bring standards such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Classic, GNSS, and other low-power connectivity technologies onto their SoCs
2009-12-24 Global nav system shipments to hit 1.1B by 2014
ABI Research forecasts GNSS system shipments to reach more than 500 million worldwide in 2010 and to continue growing to 1.1 billion in 2014
2008-08-05 Tuner IP cuts costs, minimizes risks for GPS developers
MIPS's silicon-proven GPS RF tuner IP integrates low-noise RF front-end for GPS receivers, enabling embedded system designers to reduce costs and time-to-market for next-generation GPS devices.
2009-10-06 ABI sees GPS IC shipment rebound in 2010
While GPS IC shipment growth slowed during 2009, next year should see a 30 percent increase in shipments, according to ABI Research.
2011-02-17 U-blox platform simulates European satellite positioning
U-blox and Rohde & Schwarz have concluded a simulation of the soon-to-be-deployed European Galileo satellite positioning system.
2016-05-18 IoT gets industry's first sensor-to-cloud hardware platform
The mangOHTM Green Open Hardware IoT Platform is the industry's first complete sensor-to-cloud platform, allowing developers to test and prototype ideas and take IoT solutions to market within weeks.
2010-01-20 GPS uptake in handsets hits roadblocks
The GPS and location industry faces a second wave of design challenges, which will greatly alter the competitive landscape and the resulting services that can be successfully offered.
2008-01-24 GPS to see huge market in 2013, reports ABI
The use of GPS in consumer, business and industrial environments such as telematics and asset tracking will continue to grow, driving the market to grow to over 900 million units by 2013.
2008-06-18 Galileo sets to achieve cosmic expectations
Satellite navigation system, Galileo, has a wealth of R&D under way to ensure there will be working terminals available before the system is in its commercial operation by 2012 or 2013.
2008-08-01 Chips work on improving GPS signal levels
As mobile handset providers include GPS functionality into their phones at more promising levels, attention is turning to the design and drop-in capability of its functions. Although presently much attention has been directed toward GPS DSPs, they are only part of the GPS success story.
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