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2004-07-12 Eazix GPS receiver based on SiRFstar IIe/LP chipset
Eazix launched the EZGPM01 GPS receiver that can be embedded with ease into electronics devices to enable location-based services
2004-10-27 ST embeds radio section in digital single-chip GPS receiver
ST has developed a single-chip GPS for active antenna systems featuring the complete RF function, GPS base-band, an ARM7TDMI processor and peripherals.
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
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.
2010-09-27 Broadcom supports Japan's Quasi-Zenith Satellite System
Broadcom's single-chip global positioning system (GPS) solution for mobile devices now supports Japan's Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS
2006-09-21 SiGe rolls out 'first' Galileo-ready receiver
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. recently introduced a Galileo-ready receiver, said to be the first for mass market consumer electronics
2002-03-18 Trimple GPS module capable of 40h of continuous operation
The company has announced the availability of its Lassen SQ mini GPS receiver module for mobile devices
2003-12-09 TI, STMicro offer modular CDMA 1x chipset
Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics have jointly announced an open, modular cdma2000 1x chipset that they believe will drive innovation and differentiation in what has to date been a relatively closed market dominated by Qualcomm.
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.
2012-10-02 Jackson Labs Technologies touts complete GPSDO reference
The LC_XO 10MHz frequency and timing reference integrates a GPS receiver, power supplies and an ovenized, disciplined crystal oscillator in a sub 1 x 1in footprint
2006-06-14 Inside Navman's 'go-wherever' GPS device
This article looks into the Navman iCN510 to see what makes it an efficient and truly portable navigation system
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.
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
2003-07-01 Exar devices suit datacom platforms
Exar Corp. has released what it claims to be the industry's smallest UART package for data communications platforms.
2006-11-16 SiGe chip serves both GPS and Galileo
SiGe Semiconductor is sampling the SE4120L receiver, which it says is the first single-chip device to support both the U.S. global-positioning system network and the European Space Agency's Galileo.
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
2006-01-10 Extensible monitor-and-control module uses cellphone link
Operable from 6V to 24Vdc, the Compulogic LinkTx system from Saelig can be used as-is, or it can be equipped with an optional combined Ethernet and GPRS Web server module
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs
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.
2005-08-29 ZTEC's 90MHz digital scope plug-ins play in PCI, PXI
ZTEC will be making its newest PC-hosted digital storage scope plug-in available in both PCI Extensions for Instrumentation flavors
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
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
2005-10-21 Platform supports spread-spectrum software-defined radio dev't
Although the flexComm SDR-3000 SMRDP wideband prototyping and development transceiver platform from Spectrum Signal Processing supports one channel as delivered, additional transceiver channels can be accommodated.
2011-11-02 GPSDO targets cost-sensitive LTE apps
Jackson Labs' LC_1x1 is a low-cost Rubidium frequency reference replacement module with very high holdover stability.
2013-07-15 Engineers develop miniature GPS-like device
University of Michigan engineering researchers packed seven devices-master clock and six sensors-that together could potentially provide navigation in place of a GPS.
2005-12-19 Battery powered vector network analyzers go afield
Anritsu's VNA Master MS2024A and VNA Master MS2026A vector network analyzers offer the ability to make 1-port and 2-port magnitude and phase measurements that are as good as what you would get in the lab.
2005-08-08 Automotive telematics: Open-source automotive-grade linux Is the future
The business and technology benefits of embedded Linux offers compelling incentives for designers of next generation telematics equipment.
2011-06-27 Advanced mobile apps employ MEMS sensors
Read about the role of MEMS sensors in advanced applications in mobile devices.
2003-01-13 Nifty gadgets brighten hope for an upturn
It rained in the desert resort town of Las Vegas as the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared to open its doors.
2003-04-08 Motorola 32-bit MCUs operate from -55C to 125C
Motorola Inc. has announced the availability of the MPC555 and MPC566 MCUs that operate over the -55C to 125C temperature range.
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