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Datang selects Comsys' GSM/GPRS for cellular baseband line

Posted: 30 Jun 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cellular baseband? td-scdma? gsm? gprs?

China chip maker Datang Microelectronics Technologies Co. Ltd (DMT) has selected Comsys' GSM/GPRS software baseband IP platform for its cellular baseband product line. The solution will enable DMT to accelerate time-to-market of COMIP chipset that supports TD-SCDMA, GSM and GPRS standards.

DMT will incorporate Comsys' GSM/GPRS full layer 1 solution in its COMIP SoC product line, starting from the COMIP PRO platform. The integrated solution will enable handset manufacturers using DMT's COMIP to design multi-standard handsets supporting the complete range of GSM technologies.

Comsys' solution includes a full GSM/GPRS layer 1 software. Designed specifically as a full multi-protocol system, the solution eliminates inefficiencies and faults that typically result from patches on legacy solutions. It performs up to 8dB above standard requirements. Its advanced algorithms enable designers to minimize resource allocation such as memory size, gate count and power, allowing resources to be allocated to other tasks.

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