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When CellGuide Announces Licensing of the CGsnap GPS/GLONASS IP Core, a Breakthrough in Highly Integrated GNSS Architecture

Israel February 10, 2011

CGsnap state-of-the-art architecture meets the demanding requirements of consumer mobile environments. The ultra-small footprint, low power consumption and resulting unit cost are significantly better than competitive solutions while exceeding industry requirements for deep urban navigation performance. Relying on SNAP technology, extremely low power consumption enables longer battery life for mobile devices. CGsnap seamlessly integrates with CellGuide’s ACLYS-L GPS L1 RF front-end solution, offering simple system integration. In addition, CGsnap can operate with industry standard GNSS RF front-end solutions

The GPS constellation support in the CGsnap is available today for licensing with the GLONASS constellation support ready by mid 2011. Key to the solution is CellGuide’s GPSense multi-beacon firmware, which runs on a variety of commonly available application and multi-media processors, CGsnap and GPSense radically reduces the size of dedicated GNSS silicon and enhances user experience. [email protected] February 14-17th Barcelona, Spain

About CellGuide

CellGuide is a fabless semiconductor and design services company, providing leading performance multi-beacon positioning solutions for consumer devices. CellGuide’s unique and patented GNSS technology is the product of years of research, development, and field experience. A pioneer in GNSS SNAP technology and host-based architecture, the company was founded in 1999 by experts in navigation, communication and signal processing coming from the Israeli defense industry.

CGsnap is a trademark of CellGuide Ltd. Other products and trade names mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owners.

     Media Contact:     Lital Mamon     CellGuide Ltd.     Tel: +972-8-9365152     [email protected]  

SOURCE CellGuide Ltd

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