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Receiver Design for the Future

July 8, 2016  - By
Image: GPS World

Sponsored by: NavCom
Broadcast date: Thursday, January 15, 2015
On-Demand Available Until: Friday, January 15, 2016
Moderator: Alan Cameron, Group Publisher, GPS World and Geospatial Solutions
Speaker: Greg Turetzky, Principal Engineer at Intel
Summary: The compound annual growth rate of GNSS devices will continue, from its current 22 percent level to a robust 9 percent for the years 2016–2022, and heading for seven billion installed units by 2022. The design challenges for GNSS are to:

  • Take advantage of smaller geometries to achieve higher clock speeds, more memory, lower active power and smaller size, while reducing standby power from leakage;
  • Incorporate new methodologies in chip and system design; integrate multiple radios on a single die to reduce cost and size;
  • Integrate multiple radio sources into a single location solution;
  • Bring together a disparate value chain.

The technology roadmaps embrace most modalities of positioning: GNSS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular, and SBAS, and cross most platforms, including wearables.

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