Industry > Receivers

Fastrax IT520 GPS receiver

12 October, 2010

Fastrax has introduced the IT520, the smallest GPS receiver in the company’s IT500 series of modules.


Wake-up receiver uses 51 µW

12 July, 2010

Imec and the Holst Centre have developed an ultra-low-power 2.4 GHz/915 MHz receiver with good sensitivity. The receiver runs on a record low power consumption of 51 µW when on continuously. It occupies 0.36 mm2 in 90 nm CMOS, and for 10 Kbps on-off keying reception it achieves -69 dBm and -80 dBm sensitivity at 2.4 GHz and 915 MHz.


NovAtel OEMStar range GPS receiver

13 April, 2010 by

NovAtel has released its OEMStar product range consisting of an L1 receiver that tracks both GPS and GLONASS signals simultaneously.


New radio telescope receiver - and it's all on one microchip!

09 April, 2010

La Trobe University has signed a contract with Sydney-based semiconductor firm Sapphicon to help build one of the world's smallest and most advanced radio receiver microchips.


GPS module

01 April, 2009 by

The Skytraq Venus634LPx GPS receiver features tracking sensitivity of -161 dBm and full-power tracking current of 23 mA contained in an LGA44 package.


GPS/AGPS chipset

23 February, 2005

Fujitsu Microelectronics has announced a two-chipset for high sensitivity GPS/AGPS receivers capable of indoors acquisition.


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