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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.
2006-12-27 GPS modules operate in weak-signal areas
NavSync's new GPS modules track satellites in weak-signal areas such as under dense foliage, in urban canyons and buildings.
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.
2002-12-17 Collaboration to co-develop ICs for space computers
Honeywell Int. has signed an agreement with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. to jointly develop a new technology for ICs used in satellites, strategic missiles, and other space vehicles.
2002-04-19 Actel ships 72,000-gate FPGA
Actel Corp. has shipped its 72,000-gate RT54SX72S antifuse FPGA designed for use in radiation-intensive applications including low-Earth orbiting satellites and deep space probes.
2007-01-05 XM to demo 'first' in-car personal weather tracking system at CES
Satellite radio company XM will display a concept vehicle with the 'first' personal weather tracking system for GPS navigation at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
2006-08-14 WLAN chipset market to reach $2.3B in '09
The global WLAN chipset market sales reached $910 million in 2005 and is projected to reach $2.3 billion in 2009, according to recent report by Frost & Sullivan.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2008-03-27 WiMAX takes off at airports
WiMAX is set to make its commercial debut at airports, updating manifests, flight plans and onboard entertainment each time a plane lands.
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.
2008-08-01 Vishay rolls enhanced high-precision BMF resistors
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. vends an improved S series of high-precision Bulk Metal foil (BMF) resistors.
2003-01-15 Vishay HDIs feature enhanced signal routing
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has announced the release of thin-film, high-density interconnects with enhanced signal routing.
2014-09-18 Vietnam-made nano-satellite flies into orbit in 2016
Vietnam plans to send a 10kg nano-satellite to orbit in 2016. Dubbed as the NanoDragon, the satellite will be designed and manufactured by Vietnamese experts.
2013-07-26 Ultra-low-loss flexible microwave coaxial cables
The microwave coaxial cables from Molex yield stable electrical performance with minimal impedance and insertion loss variation in dynamic applications and deliver up to 88 per cent VOP.
2005-12-12 ULDO voltage regulators tailored for high-reliability apps
International Rectifier unveiled a new line of RAD-Hard, 3A, fixed- or adjustable-output, ultra-low dropout voltage regulators for high-reliability applications.
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.
2003-05-09 u-blox GPS receiver performs accurate navigation
u-blox AG has launched the SBR-LS sensor-based GPS receiver that features a dead reckoning algorithm for accurate navigation.
2015-02-24 Top Google projects in 2015
Many of Google's experiments may seem kooky, but they're really designed to benefit the company's core ad business by bringing more Internet users online, many of whom will use Google Search.
2004-12-16 Timing synchronization for 3G wireless
GPS forms the foundation of a reliable clock distribution in wireless networks.
2008-04-04 Superconductors enable magnetic flux pinning for spacecraft
Cornell University researchers propose that superconductors paired with permanent magnets could enable spacecraft to hover unpowered above the ground in the same way Luke Skywalker's space racer hovered in the seminal Star Wars movie.
2010-12-01 Strong growth seen in military radar market
Visiongain forecasts military radar system market to breach $9 billion in 2010
2014-12-18 Start-up to build low-power IoT network in U.S.
A start-up from France wants to put up a national network in the United States for the Internet of Things, but first it has to raise more than $70 million.
2007-06-18 Standards process faces IP debate
If the process by which technology standards are forged and implemented isn't broken, it is surely straining under the relentless technological change, patent-infringement suits and the increasingly noisy standards battles among competing industry consortia.
2012-04-18 ST's diplexer improves smartphone GPS
The DIP1524 is an antenna-sharing IC that claims to deliver high signal strength to several RF receivers simultaneously.
2006-11-17 Spectrum conflict delays WiMax in India
India could miss the wireless broadband revolution unless it reallocates spectrum in the 2.5- to 2.69GHz band for WiMax services, the WiMax Forum has warned.
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs.
2013-07-23 Space qualified GHz-class RISC microprocessor
The PC7448 from E2v operates at speeds of up to 1267MHz and provides powerful floating-point computation capability when combined with an AltiVec engine.
2008-01-31 South Korea partners with NASA on satellite R&D
The Ames Research Center of NASA has agreed to work with South Korea's Institute of Science and Technology to explore possibilities for collaboration on small satellite research and development.
2008-01-15 South Korea ends satellite mission
South Korea has aborted the eight-year mission of its first multipurpose satellite, which controllers lost contact with last month, according to an Agence France-Presse report.
2002-05-09 Souped-up C-compiler autoconfigures FPGAs
A C-compiler has been developed for systems that use a microprocessor and an FPGA coprocessor.
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