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Used for tracking and navigation in mobile devices, BCM4751 employs parallel, hardware correlator architecture that results in accelerated signal searches, real-time navigation, and optimized tracking sensitivity. It allows GPS-enabled mobile devices to detect very weak signals and supports other satellite constellations, such SBAS and QZSS. With 30 mm[sup.2] PCB footprint, receiver integrates RF and baseband processor, band-pass filter, TCXO, and passives.
Provides Faster Signal Searches, Accurate Real-Time Navigation, Improved Tracking Sensitivity and Very Low Average Power Consumption
IRVINE, Calif. - Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ:BRCM), a global leader in semiconductors for wired and wireless communications, today announced its next generation single-chip global positioning system (GPS) solution for mobile devices. This latest GPS receiver sets new standards in performance and low power consumption with state-of-the-art sensitivity and navigation performance, and provides the smallest printed circuit board (PCB) footprint when compared to competitive solutions. The new Broadcom[R] BCM4751 GPS receiver solution and associated …