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RFID/GPS/Location Channel

Times Microwave adds the LP-GPX-05-T series GPS protector

The Times-Protect® LP-GPX-05-T high performance lightning protector from Times Microwave Systems is an exceptional DC pass design for protection of GPS receivers requiring up to 5 V dc power to be supplied on the center pin for L1, L2 and L3 bands. While the RF path is DC blocked, the biased DC voltage protection circuit uses state-of-the-art solid state protection technology to provide unsurpassed surge performance.


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Polaris Wireless introduces industry’s first mobile location surveillance application

Polaris Wireless announced the introduction of Altus Mobile, the industry’s first mobile location surveillance application, providing accurate mass location of all mobile devices operating on a cellular network, on-demand location, subscriber device tracking, and geo-fence capabilities to field agents on their mobile devices. This advanced application is powered by Polaris Wireless Location Signatures™ advanced technology and is the latest feature of Altus, the intelligent surveillance application suite for law enforcement and intelligence agencies worldwide.


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RFID Market Will be Worth over $70 Billion Over Next Five Years

Projections from ABI Research
According to ABI Research, the market for RFID transponders, readers, software, and services will generate $70.5 billion from 2012 to the end of 2017. The market was boosted by a growth of $900 million in 2011 and the market is expected to grow 20% YOY per annum. Government, retail, and transportation and logistics have been identified as the most valuable sectors, accounting for 60% of accumulated revenue over the next five years.
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TI’s SimpleLink GPS CC4000 brings GPS capabilities to microcontroller-based applications

Adding to the family of easy-to-use SimpleLink™ connectivity solutions, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) introduced the SimpleLink GPS CC4000 solution — the company’s first broadly available GPS solution. The self-contained module minimizes complexity synonymous with adding GPS functionality to products.


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