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2014-09-29 GPS module supports SBAS for increased position accuracy
The Jupiter SL869 V2S from Telit promises easy migration between a full-GNSS solution for top-ranked applications and a simple GPS-only solution for less demanding applications.
2004-12-16 GPS means more than location
The global positioning system has become a Swiss-army knife of navigational services, used for everything from pinpointing location to farming and advertising.
2011-02-28 GNSS technology solution for vector signal generator
The R&S SMBV100A, a multipurpose vector signal generator from Rohde and Schwarz, has added a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology solution.
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.
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.
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.
2008-04-25 Galileo project all set for takeoff
Europe's much-delayed Galileo satellite navigation system has finally passed its last legal hurdle Apr. 23 after the European Parliament has granted it the green light.
2003-03-24 FuZhou ZhuoYi latest receiver powered by Zarlink demodulator
FuZhou ZhuoYi Electronics Co. Ltd has selected Zarlink Semiconductor Inc.'s MT312 demodulator chip for its latest digital STB satellite receiver.
2008-02-28 Freescale MRAM lifts off to space
MRAM products from Freescale Semiconductor have been selected for use in a magnetometer subsystem from Angstrom Aerospace, which will be launched into space on board the Japanese research satellite SpriteSat.
2015-03-31 Flying drones, big data fight poaching
SAN Parks (South African National Parks) announced that these unmanned aerial vehicle solutions would now be an integral part of their strategy to combat rhino poaching in the Kruger National Park.
2004-06-11 Flextronics takes controlling stake in Hughes Software Systems
Contract manufacturing powerhouse Flextronics has extended its reach into telecom software products and services by acquiring a controlling 55 percent stake in Hughes Software Systems (HSS) for $226 million from Hughes Network Systems Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of DIRECTV.
2008-07-29 FCC gives green light to Sirius-XM merger
U.S. regulators formally approved the long-delayed billion-dollar merger of the nation's only two satellite radio companies, combining Sirius and XM into a single network with 18 million subscribers.
2015-03-04 Experts weigh in on spectrum use, 5G
Mirroring the call to share spectrum among a variety of industries, a panel of experts from the cellular, satellite, broadcasting and networking industries discussed how to best use spectrum.
2007-05-14 European taxpayers to finance Galileo project
In order to push forward the much-delayed satellite navigation project, the European Commission announced May 10 that the Galileo project will be financed wholly by public money.
2008-05-19 EU okays TomTom's Tele Atlas buyout
EU regulators have approved TomTom's takeover of Tele Atlas after an in-depth probe found the deal would not significantly reduce competition in the satellite navigation sector.
2007-05-11 EU Galileo project may be facing dead end
The European Union disclosed that the $4.9 billion satellite navigation system is in deep crisis and will require more funds, according to an AP report.
2003-08-14 EMS subscriber terminals powered by Hifn processors
EMS Satellite Network Inc. has selected Hifn's security processors for its EMS Series 2000 and 3000 subscriber terminals.
2007-07-17 EMMA-based turnkey solution eases STB development
NEC Electronics Corp. and Beijing Cycle Century Digital Technology Co. Ltd have developed a turnkey solution that enables STB manufacturers to bring new systems to market with minimal cost and effort.
2013-02-28 Emerging tech to drive car IC growth, says analyst
IC Insights said new car technologies that go beyond touchscreens, satellite radio and voice-activated GPS commands will soon begin to appear in many more new car models.
2002-08-05 EMCORE to design solar array for CRYOSAT
EMCORE Corp. has received a contract to design and develop a solar array to power the CRYOSAT satellite, a project of ASTRIUM for the European Space Agency.
2003-01-27 EMCORE acquires Agere optoelectronics business
EMCORE Corp. has acquired Agere Systems Inc.'s West Coast optoelectronics business for $25 million in cash.
2008-07-04 EC, ESA open bidding to build Galileo system
The European Commission and European Space Agency (ESA) have launched the procurement process for the construction phase of Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system.
2007-03-08 DVB-S2 demodulator cuts STB complexity, cost
ST's new dual DVB-S2 satellite TV demodulator chip promises to reduce STB complexity and manufacturing cost by providing the functionalities of two of the company's earlier demodulators in a single package.
2007-11-19 Diplomats, industry players tackle RF spectrum sharing
Participants in the World Radiocommunication Conference are set to conclude an agreement on how to divide RF among satellite operators, mobile phone companies and broadcasters.
2012-08-08 Diodes claims LNBs, control ICs boost STB efficiency
The low noise block power management and control ICs for set-top boxes, TVs with built-in satellite tuners and PC satellite tuner cards are claimed to offer increased reliability.
2009-06-18 Digi ventures into M2M with MobiApps asset acquisition
Digi International Inc. has purchased all the assets of the U.S., Indian and Singapore affiliates of MobiApps Holdings Pte Ltd, a developer of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications technology, focusing on satellite, cellular, and hybrid satellite/cellular solutions.
2006-12-01 Designing low-cost, low-component-count GPS receiver
The signals from L1-band global positioning satellites are among the weakest in commercial and private wireless applications. To successfully recover such weak signals, the receiver must have sufficiently high sensitivity, while rejecting out-of-band interferences. This application note described the key system parameters that should be considered when designing a low-cost, low-component-count, unassisted commercial GPS receiver.
2007-08-22 CSS chips eye European, Asian DBS markets
RF Magic has launched two new low-power CSS RF chips for the European and Asian DBS markets.
2004-09-16 Conexant takes plunge for DVB-S2 wave
The company has announced CX24116, a chip that includes a demodulator and FEC unit, compliant with the DVB-S2 specification.
2003-02-05 Conexant solution supports Samsung STBs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has selected Conexant Systems Inc.'s digital satellite STB semiconductor solution to support its STBs for deployment in Korea Digital Satellite Broadcasting's SkyLife satellite TV receiver network.
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