GPS components

July 2005
Portable Design;Jul2005, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p31
This article features several products for the portable device industry. Fastrax Ltd.'s iSuite 3 software development kit and iTrax03 GPS receiver firmware have been updated to include features that improves global positioning system reception in challenging environments such as urban canyons. In addition, CI Displays' sunlight-readable LCD displays include traditional passive backlight options, transflective displays that reflect ambient light out of the display, and a hybrid display that comprises transflective and passive enhancements.


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