Articles tagged with: WCDMA and Cmos

TI Launches Digital to Analog Convertor for 3G Networks

Texas Instruments has introduced a 16-bit, dual channel, 800 MSPS digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The DAC5688 expands on TI's portfolio of full-featured DACs and represents a 67 percent space reduction over the previous generation. more

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Icera to Acquire Sirific Wireless for RF CMOS Technology

UK based software defined wireless modem chipset developer, Icera has announced plans to merge with Sirific Wireless, a fabless semiconductor company specializing in CMOS RF transceivers. more

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Qualcomm Announces Support for WCDMA in 700 MHz Band

Qualcomm says that it has now added support for CDMA2000 and WCDMA services in the 700 MHz band to its product roadmap. Qualcomm's RTR6570 transceiver delivers support for the 700 MHz band to CDMA2000 and WCDMA devices. more

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Qualcomm Shows Off Low-Power Consumption 3G Chipsets

Qualcomm has launched a new range of WCDMA chipsets which the company says will enable a dramatic reduction in the cost of WCDMA based mobile phones. more

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Broadcom Claims "One Year Lead" Over Competitors with new 3G Chipset

Broadcom has announced the launch of a new single-chip HSPA processor that integrates all of the key 3G cellular and mobile technologies on an extremely low power, single 65 nanometer chip which the company says will enable handset vendors to considerably lower 3G phone costs. more

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