SiTime reinvents CSP MEMS Oscillator with Telit Wireless
Telit Wireless Solutions and California based SiTime Corporation has announced that together - Telit’s Jupiter SE880 and SiTime’s SiT15xx oscillators - have enabled the world’s smallest and lowest power GPS receiver with extended hibernation periods at 15µA while maintaining Snap Start to less than one second. SiTime’s SiT 15xx family of micro electromechanical system (MEMS) silicon oscillators overcomes the limitations of crystal quartz-based devices in several ways.
Piyush Sevalia, EVP of Marketing at SiTime stated, “SiTime has re-invented the timing industry with silicon MEMS timing solutions that overcome the limitations of quartz and dramatically improve customers’ designs with higher performance, lower power and smaller size. We are pleased to collaborate with Telit on their low-power GPS modules. SiTime’s 32 kHz oscillators offer 2 to 3 times better stability than quartz oscillators – which allows more precise control of hibernation and standby modes, and greatly improves system power consumption. This is one more example of how SiTime’s MEMS and analog leadership is making it possible for our customers to deliver unprecedented performance.”
SiTime claims that it’s devices offer area savings of 85%, cut power by 50% and are 15 times more reliable, all of which enable smaller, lower power and longer lasting tracking and navigation devices together with Telit’s Jupiter SE880 miniature GPS receiver.
See What’s Next in Tech With the Fast Forward Newsletter
Tweets From @varindiamag
Nothing to see here - yet
When they Tweet, their Tweets will show up here.