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Tahoe RF licenses latest GNSS technology from Stanford University

September 19, 2012
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Tahoe RF Semiconductor announces that it has licensed the latest GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) technology from Stanford University for the development of their next generation low-power, low-cost universal GNSS IC. The technology employs unique RF subsampling techniques that enable the receiver to support all the GNSS bands and be implemented on a single RF CMOS IC Technology

“Tahoe RF continues to advance its leadership role in the development of the next generation GNSS technology. Tahoe RF has a long proven track record of supplying advanced high precision GNSS solutions. By licensing this technology from Stanford University, Tahoe RF will extend its leadership in the low-cost low-power high volume GNSS marketplace,” says Irshad Rasheed, CEO/President of Tahoe RF.  

The company intends to work with a select few advanced customers to develop low cost universal GNSS RF frontend ICs that will provide significant price point advantage over the current existing solutions.

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