Thursday, June 12, 2008

iPhone 3G features Broadcom GPS Chipset

According to gigaom, it seems very likely that the new iPhone features a Broadcom chipset for its GPS capabilities. As this is the only AGPS solution offered by Broadcom, the BCM4750 seems to be the chipset that is built into the iPhone.

The Broadcom chipset offers up to -157 dbm assisted acquisition and -162 dbm tracking sensitivity, outnumbering the SiRF III chipset with -155 dbm resp. -159 dbm.

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