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2008-07-21 U-Blox, CEVA to resolve $2.5M IP dispute
CEVA Inc. will receive $2.5 million from u-blox AG pursuant to an agreement between the parties to resolve a license dispute post a royalty audit after a preliminary court hearing conducted by the Court of Commerce of the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland July 10.
2012-10-08 u-blox unveils ultra-small GSM modules for M2M apps
u-blox's SARA module is is targeted at M2M applications requiring dual or quad-band GSM/GPRS, voice and/or data, optional Internet suite applications.
2008-06-30 u-blox tool adds GPS to handheld apps
u-blox has launched a miniature GPS module designed for high-volume, mass-market applications that require fast, accurate positioning at a low cost.
2013-05-20 U-blox teams with Intel for dedicated HSPA module
The compact, low-cost module maintains layout compatibility with U-blox' SARA 2G and LISA 3G module series and is based on Intel's XMM 6255 HSPA modem platform.
2012-07-03 u-blox spends $16.5M for U.K. 4G startup
u-blox positions itself in the 4G M2M device market by buying Cognovo and its software defined radio technology.
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.
2014-08-07 u-blox pays $7M for Antcor Wi-Fi base band IP
Antcor's wireless base band IP portfolio includes 802.11ah IP that employs a flexible architecture for battery-operated devices such as wearables and sensors.
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.
2009-06-11 u-blox gets China handsets GPS-enabled
China mobile phone solutions provider Gionee Communications has selected u-blox's GPS receiver chip for their new series of GPS-enabled feature phones.
2014-02-19 u-blox antenna module prompts quick GPS/QZSS solution
The GPS/QZSS antenna module from u-blox integrates dual SAW filters, and targets security device applications.
2005-06-17 Atmel, u-blox offer tracking tech for handheld, auto apps
Atmel and u-blox AG have announced the availability of a GPS weak signal tracking technology, called SuperSense, supporting Atmel's ANTARIS GPS chipsets and GPS modules from u-blox. The SuperSense targets the automotive and handheld, FCC E-911 Phase II-compliant GPS product applications.
2006-06-15 Atmel, u-blox introduce single-chip GPS receiver with low power consumption
Atmel Corp. and u-blox AG announced the availability of their latest weak-signal tracking GPS technology in an ultra-small form factor.
2015-02-24 Single module packs dual-band Wi-Fi, dual-mode Bluetooth
The ODIN-W262 module from u-blox supports multiple concurrent Wi-Fi, Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth low energy links to provide flexibility, and it is easily configured using AT-commands.
2015-09-07 LTE Cat. 1 modules aimed at IoT, M2M, car markets
The devices from u-blox are multi-mode, multi-carrier and of LTE-only modules specific for large North American carriers geared for industrial and connected-car applications.
2001-03-30 GPS Receiver Modules Ease Overall System Design
This paper focuses on the advantages of the use of GPS receiver modules for the design of new and innovative products.
2006-02-21 GPS receiver claims lowest power
Atmel and u-blox announced the availability of their ATR0630 GPS receiver for the ANTARIS 4 product generation.
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.
2006-09-28 Dual GPS/Galileo ICs clock in sub-second acquisition
u-blox is readying a family of GPS and Galileo-ready single chips and chipsets that promise acquisition performance of under one second.
2015-04-09 4G module offers up 150Mb/s download speed in band 28
The FDD-LTE module from u-blox supports HSPA+ and GSM/GPRS fall-back to support applications ranging from automotive infotainment and navigation systems to rugged handsets.
2010-02-18 Modem ref design supports HSPA speeds
U-blox has expanded its high-speed wireless connectivity reference design portfolio with full high-speed packet access (HSPA) capabilities: 7.2Mbit/s download and 5.8Mbit/s upload speeds.
2013-06-28 LTE to usher purely wireless, everywhere broadband
U-blox executives share a brief history of mobile data networking and how they expect LTE's bandwidth and latency improvements to revolutionise the Internet.
2007-04-24 In-car GPS features dead-reckoning tech
u-blox AG has introduced its LEA-4R GPS module with built-in dead reckoning technology that will ensure 100 percent road coverage for car navigation systems.
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.
2007-11-23 GPS modules acquire satellites in less than a sec
When u-blox's new GPS modules are coupled with the company's AssistNow A-GPS service, they are capable of acquiring satellites in less than one second.
2009-09-07 GPS IC boasts improved weak signal acquisition
Wireless semiconductor provider u-blox is upgrading its core CMOS technology for reduced power requirements.
2010-10-05 Compact wireless module supports speeds faster than ADSL
Fabless semiconductor provider u-blox announced a new family of small, ultra-fast wireless modems, codenamed LISA, which are designed to provide wireless high-speed Internet connection for a wide range of high-bandwidth applications such as mobile computing, car infotainment, telematics systems, handheld terminals and ultra-portable devices.
2014-07-07 MediaTek emerges as major threat to GPS IC vendors
The Taiwan-based chipmaker finished third on innovation and 2012 market share rankings, doing well with its combo ICs for Chinese smartphones, and growing a presence in other markets.
2008-01-09 Mapping GPS' path to handsets
While personal navigation devices (PNDs) and location-based services in cellphones make it easier for consumers to find their ways, the path to integrating GPS capability to handsets is not that clear.
2015-07-10 M2M systems need to shift from 2G to 4G, fast!
Designers of M2M systems are facing a hard reality, cellular network operators all over the world are planning to shut down their 2G networks as they move towards 4G.
2014-08-27 Intel delivers 3G chip for IoT
Intel's 3G cellular modem has an integrated power amplifier and supports both 3G and 2G connections. It also supports downlink speeds up to 7.2Mbit/s.
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