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2010-07-27 SiGe mixer supports 1500MHz WCDMA/LTE apps
The MAX19993 FROM Maxim Integrated Products is a fully integrated, 1200MHz to 1700M, dual, downcoverting mixer with an on-chip LO switch, buffer, and splitter.
2012-03-01 Power amp for WCDMA, LTE/4G apps
RFMD's 4G LTE and WCDMA power amplifiers claim to deliver top notch efficiency and performance in smartphones and other data-centric connected devices.
2013-01-18 Wireless base station market stays high in APAC
ABI Research said APAC base station expenditures in 3Q12 at $7.6 billion, or more than half of the total market, continued to be more than four times higher than in Western Europe or North America.
2016-04-25 Qualcomm logs robust Q2 sales, reveals licensing deals
Qualcomm said that its fiscal Q2 was boosted by new license agreements in China, and also credited stronger-than-expected performance across the company's chipset business.
2012-10-10 Analog Devices rolls 14bit, 250MSPS ADC
The dual-channel AD9250 touts the JEDEC JESD204B serial output data interface standard that accommodates the precise synchronisation of multiple data-conversion channels through a serial interface.
2011-02-17 RFMD FEMs deal with high band count, harmonics
RF Micro Devices Inc. expands its line of front end modules for 3G and 4G switch and signal conditioning applications.
2012-11-29 New patent foes: Ericsson vs. Samsung
Samsung has gained another opponent in Ericsson when it filed a case against the South Korean electronics giant over telecom and wireless technology licences.
2013-09-26 Design Linux-based femtocell base-station (Part 2)
Here's the second of a two-part series on building a wireless femtocell with a base station SoC powered by a Linux-based fast-path software architecture.
2008-10-27 Compiler gets approval as standard port for GCC tools
A C language compiler created by base station processor developer PicoChip has been considered as the official port for the GNU Compiler Collection.
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