Stellus System, Inc. has obtained certifications for its StarNet in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The StarNet is a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver with a SDIO (Secure Digital Input/Output) interface.
The StarNet (read our review) is a GPS accessory that works with PDA, smartphones and other portable devices, combining a high-performance Helix GPS antenna and receiver, with a SDIO interface IC (integrated circuit), in a compact housing that weighs less than one ounce.
The device consumes less than 200 mW in tracking mode and has an accuracy of 3 meters (CEP – 50% of the time) and 6 meters (2DRMS – 95% of the time).
“Our product’s unique design is robust and versatile, making it easy to use in mobile devices with SDIO Now! Interface, thus eliminating the need for a Bluetooth connection,” said Craig Conkling, CEO of Stellus Systems. “With our core product now certified in many countries and in volume production, Stellus is seeing worldwide demand for its product, which can be purchased through our country local rep., Amazon.com, and at Stellus Systems Website,” he added.
In addition to the SDIO version Stellus System also offer the SSI-UART-1000 is a GPS module with UART interface targeted for embedded applications.