Switchcraft has introduced the high-amperage power plug and jack to its extensive range of DC power plugs and jacks.
The latest release GPS mouse from Glyn Ltd, based on the latest Telit SL869 module, is a receiver that can simultaneously search and track satellite signals from multiple satellite constellations.
The plasma from tiny particles known as ‘space dust’ has the potential to create a radio signal that can damage, and even completely shut down, the satellites it hits.
The NV08C-CSM is a fully integrated multiconstellation satellite navigation receiver. It is compatible with GPS, GLONASS and future global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) Galileo and Compass as well as satellite-based augmentation systems (SBAS) EGNOS, WAAS and MSAS.
Trimble’s Buffalo B1919 Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver module provides L1 frequency GPS and GLONASS, using the NMEA protocol from two serial ports and a PPS timing output.
Beam Communications has a successfully installed the IsatDock Pro satellite communication system at the Antarctic Polar Station in Russia.
The Iridium 9575 handset is suitable for lone worker situations.
The Cerberus global communication system enables outdoor enthusiasts to maintain contact with family and friends.
The Fastrax UC530 GPS module is a small OEM GPS receiver with an integrated chip antenna.
SPOT Satellite Messenger is a compact, rugged handheld personnel tracker that supports location tracking and OH&S Sked reporting as well as help and duress functions.
The Inmarsat 9502 BGAN M2M terminal from Hughes is an all-IP BGAN M2M satellite terminal with low power consumption.
Garmin has released a handheld GPS for both outdoors and on-road navigation - the Montana 650T preloaded with Topo Australia and New Zealand mapping. When connected to the included auto mount, it will guide with spoken instructions.
Fastrax has unveiled the IT600, including GPS, Russian-based Glonass, Japanese QZSS and SBAS in a single receiver module.
Fastrax IT430, based on new-generation SiRFstar IV architecture and SiRFaware technology, offers a range of benefits that speeds the inclusion of location-aware features in battery-operated consumer devices.
Fastrax has selected SiGe Semiconductors’ SE4120 radio front-end to boost its Software GPS to a sensitivity of -163 dBm, making available a high-performance GPS, complemented with a reference design to enable easy integration by third parties. The reference design is also available as a turnkey solution in the Fastrax iT900 RF module.