Cell-Guide Host-Based GPS

CellGuide Ltd. has launched the ACLYS GPS chip and host-based software. Designed to exploit the processors and other wireless components on mobile devices, ACLYS reportedly provides -160 dBm sensitivity and employs unique and proprietary navigation algorithms for accurate navigation even in demanding urban environments. Power management features reduce power consumption to less than 10mW in tracking mode, according to the company. ACLYS also operates with CellGuide’s long-term ephemeris technology to enable fast startups even when no cellular network is available.

CellGuide Ltd. has launched the ACLYS GPS chip and host-based software. Designed to exploit the processors and other wireless components on mobile devices, ACLYS reportedly provides -160 dBm sensitivity and employs unique and proprietary navigation algorithms for accurate navigation even in demanding urban environments. Power management features reduce power consumption to less than 10mW in tracking mode, according to the company. ACLYS also operates with CellGuide’s long-term ephemeris technology to enable fast startups even when no cellular network is available. Using an advanced RFCMOS process, the ACLYS chip is available in a 5 x 5 x 0.9-mm QFN-32 package targeted for mobile devices. CellGuide Ltd., Rehovot, Israel.

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