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2005-04-19 GPS baseband IC for $5
Atmel released the industry's first 14-channel, Global Positioning System (GPS) baseband IC to carry a $5 price tag and three-meter accuracy.
2011-03-28 Yukyung marshals army of IC vendors for Viliv tablet
"Globally" designed and based on Windows, Yukyung Technologies' Viliv X70 EX 3G is a good example of a tablet that preceded the iPad.
2002-12-10 IC startups chase new technology
Entrepreneurs arrived in the U.S. last week offering chips they said would spur the development of multiprotocol radios, full-motion video on cellphones and wideband WLANs, among other next-generation products.
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
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2002-12-04 Motorola, SiRF to co-develop "location-aware" chips
SiRF Technology Inc. will integrate its SiRFstarII GPS core technology into Motorola's wireless baseband and applications processors to location-enable a line of the latter's SPS chipsets for mobile devices
2004-04-28 RFMD to acquire WPAN chip supplier
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Silicon Wave Inc., a supplier of ICs for wireless personal area networks (WPANs).
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.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs.
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