Epson has debuted the world’s smallest assisted GPS chip, the Infineon XPOSYS. Measuring in at a minuscule 2.8 x 2.9 millimeters, the Infineon XPOSYS is 25 percent smaller than any other assisted GPS chip, while cutting energy consumption in half according to Epson. The chip is also more sensitive than previous Infineon chips, allowing for an accurate location fix indoors. The XPOSYS is scheduled for mass production in late 2009, so expect it to ship in mobile devices next year.
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