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Small Cells Americas 2013 Event Report

December 10, 2013 by David Chambers, thinksmallcell.com

“…iPosi was demonstrating their supersensitive GNSS receiver in the depths of the hotel building. This not only picks up a signal virtually anywhere indoors (receiver sensitivity is down below -175dBm) but is less susceptible to jamming.”  Read more …

Indoor Location Technology Innovation for Small Cells – Will GPS Be Enough?

July 25, 2012 by David Chambers, thinksmallcell.com

"In the future, small cells may have an increasing reliance on GPS. What happens if the system were to fail or the signal not be reliably available indoors? What technology leaps can be taken to address this? We spoke to one innovative startup that is pioneering new techniques to solve the problem.

I spoke with Rich Lee, CEO of iPosi, a Denver US startup that's developing advanced technology to determine small cell location. Using Pletronics standard small cell TCXO's, it also provides an accurate timing source for LTE and other situations." Read more ...