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2007-03-16 Tool lets blind 'see' with talking GPS
Sendero Group LLC rolled out a developer's kit to power a GPS device for the blind
2007-03-29 TI makes GPS affordable in mobile phones
TI's single-chip NaviLink 5.0 solution makes GPS affordable to accelerate adoption in mobile phones.
2008-04-02 TI loads A-GPS, Bluetooth, ULP, FM on one chip
TI is launching at week's CTIA wireless conference the NaviLink 6.0, said to be the first chip to integrate A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 and ULP, as well as FM capability.
2006-02-14 SiRF unveils A-GPS receiver
SiRF Technology unveiled a small multimode A-GPS chip, the GSCi-5000, which aims to address the space and cost constraints of cellular handsets.
2006-02-27 Reference design enables GPS in mobile apps
Fractus, NordNav and SiGe Semiconductor have announced a GPS USB reference design that is said to enable a high-performance navigation system for laptops, smart phones and PDAs
2008-02-06 NXP's GloNav acquisition yields 'smallest' GPS solution
Shortly after the closing of its acquisition of GloNav, NXP Semiconductors announced its first single-chip A-GPS solution, claimed to be the industry's smallest, lowest-power, lowest-system-cost GPS solution.
2002-09-26 Motorola samples GPS unit from IBM's SiGe process
Motorola Inc. rolled out a single-chip GPS device built upon IBM Microelectronics' 0.255m SiGe process technology.
2007-10-08 Mobile GPS chip detects faint signal levels at -162dBm
Broadcom has rolled its first single-chip GPS solution that makes full use of the Global Locate architecture, and measures the faintest GPS signals at levels as low as -162dBm.
2014-07-07 MediaTek emerges as major threat to GPS IC vendors
The Taiwan-based chipmaker finished third on innovation and 2012 market share rankings, doing well with its combo ICs for Chinese smartphones, and growing a presence in other markets.
2007-08-02 Intel, SiRF to bring GPS to mobile devices
Intel and SiRF Technology have entered into a license and joint development agreement to bring GPS capability to mobile devices
2002-09-01 Integration essential to affordable GPS
To complete a telematics system, a GPS RF front-end has to be added as well as a cellphone module suited to the type of network required, plus their antennas and controlling software
2004-10-15 Infineon, Global Locate develop A-GPS chip for cell phones
Infineon Technologies AG and Global Locate are jointly developing Assisted Global Positioning System (A-GPS) chip for mobile telephones, smart phones and PDAs.
2006-12-01 GSM handsets to integrate GPS
After years of anticipation, GPS is expected to emerge next year in a significant percentage of cellphones built to meet the GSM standard
2008-10-13 GPS-Bluetooth radio IC upgrades next-gen handsets
SiRF Technology Holdings has launched a single-chip combination radio IC with a GPS RF front-end and a complete Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR controller designed for the company's multifunction SoC platforms.
2004-07-14 GPS startup finds $5M, partners with Trimble
A fabless semiconductor startup that has developed global positioning technology called u-Nav Microelectronics Corp. has closed a $5 million Series D round of financing, the company said Friday (July 9, 2004).
2009-05-26 GPS solution tailored for outdoor navigation apps
MediaTek Inc. has announced that its MT3329 advanced single-chip all-in-one GPS solution has been integrated in the Garmin GPSMAP 60 series of outdoor navigators.
2010-06-10 GPS solution features automotive dead-reckoning
From u-blox comes Automotive Dead Reckoning (ADR), which input from GPS satellites with vehicle sensors to determine position even where GPS signals are blocked or weak
2010-02-23 GPS receiver promises faster signal searches
Broadcom's latest GPS receiver for mobile devices provides faster signal searches, accurate real-time navigation, improved tracking sensitivity and very low average power consumption
2010-01-12 GPS receiver increases navigation accuracy
Atheros' FYX Location Core technology delivers location accuracy, fast location fixes, receiver sensitivity and lower power.
2009-02-19 GPS IC promises up to 165dBM sensitivity
Seiko Epson Corp. and Infineon Technologies AG have unveiled the XPOSYS GPS single-chip design optimized for mobile devices for the consumer market; especially cellular phones with navigation features.
2006-02-20 GPS functionality shrinks for mobile phones
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. announced a tiny receiver A-GPS chip, the GSCi-5000, optimized to address the space and cost constraints of cellular handsets.
2002-03-18 Fujitsu, Global Locate offer GPS chip for cell phones
Fujitsu Microelectronics America and Global Locate have announced the availability of the GL-16000 GPS baseband processor that lets wireless phones receive GPS satellite signals indoors
2008-10-16 Compact GPS chip allows flexible wireless capacity
TriQuint Semiconductor has released a front-end RF module for GPS navigation systems integrating filter and LNA functions in a 3mm x 3mm form factor
2007-08-10 Chip integrates GPS functionality into mobile processors
CellGuide's ACLYS chip replaces dedicated GPS silicon by leveraging mobile processors or other wireless components inside the mobile device, to provide GPS functionality.
2007-04-16 Chip integrates GPS function into handsets
Targeting the nascent market for GPS services on cellphones, SiRF Technology rolls out its latest GPS chipits smallest, lowest-power and most sensitive device to date.
2006-06-29 Ceva divests GPS technology, product line
Ceva announced the divestment of its GPS technology and associated product line to GloNav, in return for an equity ownership of 19.9 percent in GloNav on a fully diluted basis
2009-03-16 Broadcom hailed as top GPS IC vendor
Broadcom Corp. has been ranked at the top of the latest GPS IC Vendor Matrix released by ABI Research
2007-06-14 Broadcom enters GPS market with Global Locate purchase
Broadcom has entered the GPS market with the purchase of chip and software provider Global Locate Inc. for $146 million.
2014-03-10 55nm chip integrates GPS for wearables, IoT
The GPS chip from RDA electronics includes a flexible hardware interface and programmability that can support sensor hub-type computation.
2006-10-09 WLAN chip market to reach $3.2B in 2010, says IDC
The worldwide market for WLAN integrated circuits will reach $3.2 billion in 2010, having demonstrated a 17 percent compound annual growth rate, according to market research company IDC.
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