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December 31st, 2013
Thumb-sized 32-bit GPS/GNSS Dev Board Seeks Crowdfunding

Fabless GNSS positioning technology company SkyTraq Technology is undertaking a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to explore if there is sufficient interest in applying GPS/GNSS processor technology beyond the standard GPS/GNSS chipset/module solutions. The company plans to offer NavSpark, a thumb-sized, 32-bit microcontroller development board with GPS/GNSS receiver as onboard peripheral, at a price approaching that of 8-bit microcontroller development boards. Effectively, the GPS/GNSS receiver would be provided to users free of charge. Read More