Linx Technologies Press Release - June 12, 2009
Linx Technologies Announces Long-Anticipated SG & SR Series of GPS Modules
OR, USA – June 12, 2009 –
Linx Technologies, Inc. announces the
availability of its long-anticipated GPS modules. These compact GPS modules are easily integrated even by
engineers without previous RF or GPS experience.
Linx Technologies is pleased to introduce the SG and SR
Series of GPS modules. These easily applied
modules blend high performance, low power and cost effectiveness
into a single, compact, SMD package.
The module’s SiRFstar III low-power chipset minimizes power consumption and provides exceptional
even in dense foliage and urban canyons. The receivers feature an on-board LNA and
SAW filter, as well as an
integrated antenna (SR Version) or external antenna (SG Version) which
further lowers cost and reduces
complexity. No other RF components are needed and the module’s
standard NMEA data output makes them easy to integrate, even by engineers without previous
RF or GPS
experience. Both versions are immediately available.
Incorporated in April 1997,
quickly became a leading provider within the wireless industry of cost effective, easily applied, and highly
versatile radio frequency (RF) products. Today, Linx applies its capacity to simplify electronics to a range of
products and technologies including: low-cost wireless voice, data and GPS modules, interface modules, OEM RF
products, and encoder/decoder IC’s. Through its Antenna Factor and Connector City divisions, Linx also offers a
wide range of standard and custom antennas, connectors, and cable assemblies.
For more information visit:
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR 97532
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