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Data modems dedicated to telematics and telemetry
The LISA-H and LISA-U UMTS/HSDPA data modems from U-blox are dedicated to telematics and telemetry applications that typically require only data and not the full 3G bandwidth.
News from Electronicstalk, 10 December 2010
U-blox has introduced a range of small, ultra-fast wireless modems for high-bandwidth applications such as mobile computing, car infotainment, telematics systems and handheld terminals.
News from Electronicstalk, 4 October 2010
U-Blox has launched the LEA-6R, a GPS module based on the latest U-Blox 6 platform designed for after-market devices requiring uninterrupted navigation even during poor GPS signal reception.
News from Electronicstalk, 1 September 2010
U-blox's N731 is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA modem reference design that is available for licence to OEM customers for high-volume applications.
News from Electronicstalk, 16 February 2010
U-blox upgrades CMOS technology
U-blox, a provider of embedded GPS receiver and wireless semiconductors and solutions, has announced the upgrade of its core CMOS technology to U-blox 6.
News from Electronicstalk, 7 September 2009
U-blox has announced that its small-outline AMY-5M GPS receiver module has been chosen as the GPS receiver for the Globalstar next-generation Spot Satellite GPS Messenger.
News from Electronicstalk, 26 August 2009
U-blox has announced the release of a surface-mount GSM transceiver module called Leon.
News from Electronicstalk, 27 February 2009
U-blox has announced the availability of a GPS PCI Express Mini Card that enables next-generation laptop, netbook, mobile internet device and mobile PC OEMs provide GPS and location-based services.
News from Electronicstalk, 16 February 2009
U-blox supplies GPS company with receiver modules
U-blox has been selected to supply Xact Technology with high-performance GPS receiver modules for its line of portable personal tracking devices, Xact Trax.
News from Electronicstalk, 13 January 2009
Low-voltage GPS modules reduce power consumption
U-blox has released two low-voltage GPS modules, NEO5D and NEO5G.
News from Electronicstalk, 3 October 2008
U-blox adds Amy GPS receiver to range
U-blox has expanded its range of positioning technology with the addition of the Amy GPS receiver module, designed for applications where space is at a premium.
News from Electronicstalk, 18 September 2008
A novel GPS Locator USB stick will provide users with reliable positioning and a USB 2.0 port for fast and easy data transfer all in one tiny package that easily plugs into any computer.
News from Electronicstalk, 29 August 2008
Powered by the 50-channel u-blox 5 positioning engine, the LEA-5S brings high navigation accuracy and reliability in a compact, easy to integrate module.
News from Electronicstalk, 15 August 2008
The PIM features a 10.4in rugged touch screen display that shows the position of the vehicle overlaid on a map, allowing passengers in the back seat to track their progress through the city.
News from Electronicstalk, 22 July 2008
Stand-alone GPS module combines an extensive array of features with flexible connectivity options in a miniature 12 x 16 x 2.4mm package.
News from Electronicstalk, 20 June 2008
U-blox' LEA-5S GPS module features KickStart technology, which quickly detects GPS satellite,s even in difficult conditions such as those typically found in dense urban environments.
News from Electronicstalk, 18 June 2008
The LEA-5T is a cost-efficient, compact and easy-to-integrate solution ideally suited for telecomms network synchronisation.
News from Electronicstalk, 3 April 2008
Tracking device incorporates the latest in GPS and wireless technology to accurately determine the exact location of a vehicle.
News from Electronicstalk, 28 March 2008
uPlay's SmartView technology automatically generates the proper views of the course based on a golfer's current location and updates those views appropriately as the user moves on the golf course.
News from Electronicstalk, 21 January 2008
The SkyCaddie SG5 rangefinder calculates distances automatically, providing golfers with the information they need to play on more than 17,000 golf courses in more than 45 countries.
News from Electronicstalk, 11 January 2008
EMKA develops locking system range
EMKA has developed a range of locking solutions, from rugged stainless-steel quarter turns and wingknobs to adjustable anti-vibration compression-style locks and generic multi-key programmes.
- Current mode controllers for military applications
Military-temperature-grade versions of the LTC3803/-3/-5 current mode flyback controllers are available in a six-pin ThinSOT package for industrial, telecom, military and automotive applications.