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ADI SoftFone, TTPCom app software featured in TM150

Posted: 28 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:analog devices? ttpcom? sharp? tm150? camera phone?

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) and TTPCom Ltd have disclosed that their wireless technologies power Sharp Corp.'s latest TM150 camera phone. The clamshell-style TM150, available from T-Mobile USA, allows users to send and receive pictures by MMS, text messages, and video clips, customize with ring tones and wallpaper. The TM150 is based on ADI's SoftFone GSM/GPRS chipset and TTPCom's protocol stack and application software.

Sharp, ADI and TTPCom have been working together on cellular handsets for many years and ADI's SoftFone chipset and TTPCom's software is also featured in Sharp's GX10, GX20 and GX30 models that operate on networks in Europe. ADI's SoftFone platform is completely RAM-based, which allows features and options to be easily customized in software for a wide range of phones, and offers best-in-class power consumption, cost and size.

Meanwhile, TTPCom's GPRS protocol stack enables users to make maximum use of the network capacity for the downloading of images and video. In addition, with tri-band functionality users of the TM150 will be able to roam seamlessly across all countries worldwide which utilize the GSM standard.

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