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ADI chips power TCL mobile phones

Posted: 18 Dec 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:analog devices? adi? gsm? mobile phones? tcl mobile communication?

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) announced that the first GSM mobile phones resulting from a joint development program with China-based manufacturer, TCL Mobile Communication Co. Ltd, have entered mass production after successfully completing GCF (Global Certification Forum) testing.

ADI's analog and DSP chips enable advanced media features such as color displays, camera, games and polyphonic ring tones, with optional features such as Java, speech recognition, hands-free operation and GPRS data service.

The collaboratively developed Analog Devices/TCL platform is based on the SoftFone RAM-based digital baseband processor family incorporating the DSP, microcontroller, GSM logic, fast on-chip SRAM, and high-performance analog baseband interface with integrated power-management circuits and stereo audio playback capability. The radio section of the platform, on the other hand, is based on ADIs Othello One direct-conversion radio transceiver.

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