In addition to GNSS functionality, the ALT1250’s extreme level of integration eliminates the need for most external components required to design a cellular IoT module. Approximately the size of a shirt button and less than 100mm2 in size, an ALT1250 module features support for both Release 13 standards – CAT-M1 and NB1, and includes a wideband RF front-end supporting unlimited combinations of LTE bands within a single hardware design, a multi-layered and hardware-based security framework, an internal application MCU subsystem and packaging that enables standard, low-cost PCB manufacturing.
“Altair continues to lead the narrowband cellular IoT market with the most integrated, feature-rich and cost-efficient chipsets available,” added Eshed. “We called the ALT1250 a game-changer when we announced it several months ago – integrated GNSS is one of a large set of groundbreaking innovations offered by this chip.”
For more details on the ALT1250, visit http://www.altair-semi.com/products/alt1250 .
The demonstration of the ALT1250 in action, including the GNSS capability, will be presented today at the Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit, being held at the Paris Novotel Tour Eiffel in Paris, France.
About Altair Semiconductor
Altair Semiconductor, a subsidiary of Sony Corporation, is a leading provider of LTE chipsets. Altair’s portfolio covers the complete spectrum of cellular 4G market needs, from supercharged video-centric applications all the way to ultra-low power, low cost IoT and M2M. Altair has shipped millions of LTE chipsets to date, commercially deployed on the world’s most advanced LTE networks including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Softbank and KT (Korea Telecom). The company’s customer roster includes some of the world’s leading OEMs and ODMs, such as Hewlett-Packard, ASUS, D-Link and WNC, as well as the majority of Asian ODMs developing LTE products for global markets. For more information, visit http://www.altair-semi.com. Follow Altair on Twitter: @AltairSemi
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