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2013-11-19 Industrial Internet consortium to debut by Jan next year
The U.S. NIST is organizing a consortium, which includes AT&T, Cisco Systems, GE, IBM and Intel, that aims to draft an Industrial Internet framework and identify several open-source projects within it.
2009-03-13 India's spacecraft to use ITT microconnectors
ITT Interconnect Solutions has partnered with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in the use of its Micro-D microminiature connectors for India's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, which is currently in lunar orbit.
2016-02-19 Hyperspectral sensors flaunt extended near infrared range
Imec showcased a set of hyperspectral sensor and camera solutions with extended spectral range, going from the visible light up to near infrared, featuring 140+bands in the 470nm to 900nm range.
2004-03-04 Honeywell, Synopsys forge ASIC development pact
Honeywell Int. and Synopsys Inc. have signed an agreement to jointly develop a design infrastructure to support the creation of radiation-hardened and radiation-tolerant ASICs.
2003-10-27 Honeywell to provide network services for NASA missions
Honeywell announced that they have been selected by NASA for mission operation and support.
2003-10-10 Honeywell licenses Motorola MRAM technology
Honeywell and Motorola have signed a technology transfer and licensing agreement for Motorola to provide Honeywell access to its MRAM chip technology.
2008-04-10 Honeywell intros rad-hard ASICs for space segment
Honeywell is introducing rad-hard ASICs and memory at this week's National Space Symposium.
2008-08-05 High-precision resistor touts low 0.05ppm/C TCR
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. introduced the new VPR220Z ultra-high-precision Z-Foil resistor that provides an industrial-grade absolute TCR of 0.05ppm/C from 0C to +60C.
2007-11-07 Healthy market awaits handsets with GPS in 2011
Global shipments of mobile handsets equipped with GPS capability will quadruple in 2011 at 444 million units, up from 109.6 million units in 2006, reported iSuppli Corp.
2012-09-06 Guide to configuring FPGAs over USB
Find out how to configure FPGA-based systems over USB to implement the flexibility of in-field upgrades, replace the JTAG configuration interface, and eliminate a separate on-board JTAG controller.
2005-12-28 GPS receivers streamline embedded development
NavSync's new GPS receiver modules are manufactured in a surface mount format, with an embeddable architecture that is designed to allow easy integration into host systems.
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.
2008-03-06 GPS modules tailored for synchronization, timing apps
Connor-Winfield has developed the TiMax TI125 surface-mount GPS module for use in synchronization and timing applications.
2010-01-20 GPS modules come with extended ephemeris
GPS receiver and telematics hardware solutions provider Vincotech is providing use of extended ephemeris data for its A1084 and A1035-H range of SiRFstarIII modules.
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.
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.
2006-05-26 GPS baseband IC features weak-signal tracking
Atmel Corp. and u-Blox AG offer a baseband IC with SuperSense GPS weak-signal tracking software included in its ROM.
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.
2014-02-20 GNSS module tracks multiple constellations at once
The multi-constellation module from Telit Wireless s Solutions has a low power processing core, delivering current optimised multi-constellation tracking.
2009-12-24 Global nav system shipments to hit 1.1B by 2014
ABI Research forecasts GNSS system shipments to reach more than 500 million worldwide in 2010 and to continue growing to 1.1 billion in 2014.
2013-08-19 Global industrial electronics chip revenue hit $7.7B in Q1
IHS revealed that worldwide industrial electronics chip revenue in Q1 reached $7.71 billion, up one per cent from $7.63 billion in 4Q12.
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.
2008-02-27 GaAs solar cell on Ge touts 24.7% conversion efficiency
IMEC has announced the development of a single-junction GaAs solar cell on a germanium substrate with a record conversion efficiency of 24.7 percent.
2014-04-23 GaAs cell scores 14% conversion efficiency with zinc oxide
Researchers modified the surface of a 9mm2 gallium arsenide solar cell through a chemical synthesis of thin films, nanostructures and nanoparticles to squash the sun's reflection and maximise the light absorbed.
2007-12-18 FireWire speeds up to 3.2Gbit/s
The 1394 Trade Association is unveiling a new version of FireWire that could achieve top speeds of up to 3.2Gbit/s.
2007-06-19 Experts see potential for nanotech, MEMS in energy harvesting
Though still at the research phase, using nanotechnology and MEMS technology in energy harvesting applications shows huge potential, experts at the Sensors Expo said.
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