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With a recent report predicting that consumer and precision GNSS receiver IC shipments will reach two billion units by 2016, it is important to remember that quantity must be underscored by quality. The report, by ABI Research, highlights the importance of new vertical markets, such as tablets, cameras and fitness equipment, as well as the growth of LBS (location-based services) and LBA (location-based advertising) applications, all of which will contribute to a quadrupling of the market wit...

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Many world governments have a long-standing target for car manufacturers to reduce average CO2 emissions for their vehicles. The European Union target is 120g/km by 2012 and longer term to 80g/km by 2020. The view of the industry has been that this is very challenging and unlikely to be met via conventional approaches alone. Indeed, the 2012 target already represents a slip from an original 2005 target date. As most manufacturers will not be able to meet the 2012 target, further slippages (p...

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Today most commercial receivers are GPS L1 C/A code only. However, for many applications, the single frequency GPS performance is inadequate and many technology developers are turning to other sensors to compliment GPS. Today we have many forms and functions, depending on the application and hence needs. Integrated in-vehicle navigation systems often compliment the GPS position with dead reckoning navigation information from wheel rotation sensors. Often these are the same sensors used...

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