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What is a mobile phone?
A portable electronic telephone that, in addition to the standard voice function, may offer many services like SMS for text messaging, email, packet switching for access to the Internet and MMS for sending/receiving multimedia content. Most mobile phones connect to a cellular network of base stations, which is why they are more commonly called cell phones. The base stations in turn connected to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
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2006-09-14 Wi-Fi Alliance, CTIA launch Wi-Fi/mobile phone test program
Wi-Fi Alliance and CTIA jointly developed a testing program for Wi-Fi/mobile phones and released a test document for laboratory tests that provide RF performance mapping in a mixed-network environment.
2004-11-25 Wenzhou dc micro motor makers eye mobile phone apps
Micro motor producers based in Wenzhou, mainland China are focusing their R&D efforts to develop smaller cylindrical and thinner profile coin motors used for portable handheld phones.
2002-03-20 VIA sets eyes on mobile phone applications
In a bid to move into the mobile phone market, VIA, the Taiwan-based PC chipset vendor, has began to put its effort on the development of mobile phone chipsets since the second half of last year.
2007-03-30 Ultracompact LED suits mobile phone keypads
Rohm has introduced an ultracompact LED in a 0.04 x 0.02-inch footprint for devices that require ultracompact components such as mobile phone keypads, small dot-matrix units and compact seven-segment display devices.
2005-09-07 TCL to restructure mobile phone venture, licenses editing software
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer TCL has announced a major restructuring of its venture with Alcatel and, separately, a licensing agreement with Picsel to incorporate the latter's image editing software into its latest handsets.
2002-12-24 Taiwan mobile phone components sector to reach $1.6B
According to Industrial Economic & Knowledge Center (IEKC), the production of electronic components for mobile phones in Taiwan is estimated to reach a production value of NT$57.80 billion ($1.65 billion at $1:NT$34.88) this year, an increase of 32.70 percent from 2001.
2007-05-24 T-Mobile phone trumps iPhone with Wi-Fi offering
T-Mobile unveiled May 22 a Wi-Fi-equipped mobile phone developed by Taiwan's High Tech Computer Corp., and the first U.S. phone to run Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6 OS.
2009-04-09 Survey: Mobile phone users want Wi-Fi
Now that millions of people have experienced what Wi-Fi brings to mobile phones, they overwhelmingly report that Wi-Fi has become a required feature on those devices. This is according to a survey conducted by ABI Research.
2008-04-22 Steps to reduce non-stationary mobile phone noise up to 25dB
Suppressing non-stationary noise brings substantial benefits to both subscribers and carriers. Users gain the freedom to speak and hear clearly wherever and whenever they want, enjoy increased privacy by being able to speak softly in noisy environments, and won't be asked to leave important conference calls
2002-01-17 ST develops advanced technology for mobile phone PAs
STMicroelectronics, in conjunction with the University of Catania, has developed a replacement for GaAs transistors currently used to build RF PAs in mobile phone handsets.
2005-02-07 South Korea mobile phone maker selects Fairchild RF power amplifier
Fairchild Semiconductor announced that its RMPA1959 linear RF power amplifier module (PAM) has been chosen for use in cellular handsets by Pantech & Curitel, South Korea's mobile phone manufacturer.
2007-04-13 Soon in a store near you: A $10 mobile phone
UC Berkeley's Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society is reportedly reaching out to Taiwan contract manufacturers to see if a $10 mobile phone can be done.
2015-08-14 SMIC launches 28nm mobile phone chips
SMIC, China's largest semiconductor foundry, marks a new era of advanced mobile phone chip manufacturing with the successful adoption of its 28nm process technology into mainstream smartphones.
2006-04-28 Single-chip Hall ICs target mobile phone magnetic switches
Rohm has announced the BU52000 Series of single-chip Hall ICs for bipolar detection. Packed in WLCSP4 CSP, the device is ideal for mobile phone magnetic switches.
2003-05-13 SiGe Semi power amps extend mobile phone battery life
SiGe Semiconductor's new pair of RangeCharger power amplifiers feature a nominal quiescent current of 65mA.
2006-01-19 SAW filters target multiple mobile phone standards
Nihon Dempa Kogyo has launched a series of miniature SAW filters that meet several global mobile phone standards including PCS, GSM, EGSM and DCS.
2005-07-22 Samsung's largest mobile phone plant settles in Tianjin TEDA
The construction of Tianjin Samsung Telecom Technology Co. Ltd's facility in Tianjin TEDA Micro-Electronic Industrial Park has been completed.
2004-12-08 Samsung passes Moto to become No. 2 mobile phone vendor
Samsung passed Motorola in the third quarter to become the second largest mobile phone vendor in the world, according to data released this week by Gartner Inc.
2012-05-03 Samsung leapfrogs Nokia in mobile phone race
Samsung Electronics has taken the cellphone sales crown from Nokia Corp. According to IC Insights, Samsung's cellphone sales revenue jumped 47 percent to $48.2 billion in 2011.
2005-02-17 Renesas, Symbian collaborate on 3G mobile phone platform
Renesas Technology Corp. and Symbian Ltd have entered into an agreement to add full-scale support for Symbian OS to Renesas' advanced silicon platform for 3G mobile phones.
2003-09-23 Renesas, Nazomi in mobile phone chip pact
Attempting to speed development of a new class of chips for mobile phones, the companies said they have agreed to share technology used to accelerate video and Java apps.
2005-07-21 Renesas uses ARM1136JF-S for mobile phone, consumer devices
Renesas Technology Corp. has licensed the ARM1136JF-S processor for use in its future advanced mobile phone designs, and the ARM946E-S processor for its ASICs used in consumer applications.
2006-10-17 Philips to sell mobile phone unit to China Electronics
Royal Philips Electronics is set to sell the remainder of its mobile phone manufacturing operations to China Electronics Corporation.
2010-12-03 PCM die found in mobile phone
UBM TechInsights reports it has found a phase-change memory die inside a Samsung handset.
2006-08-28 Oki partners with South Korean mobile phone maker
Oki Electric Industry has provided Pantech with FaceSensingEnginge, Oki's face image processing middleware to be used in their mobile phones.
2003-04-15 NTT Data to offer mobile phone multiparty services
NTT Data Corp. has established Casual Communications Corp. - a new venture company which will primarily cater to corporate users with an on-demand multi-party service that harnesses the features of a multipoint voice control system. The company is slated to go into business on May 2003.
2007-03-27 No mobile phone from Google
Google Inc. finally put an end to talks about creating a mobile phone, saying it has no plans of building one but that its engineers are developing software for handheld devices.
2002-11-14 Nexg image processor suits mobile phone camera apps
Nexg Telecom's NXG-770 image processor is specifically designed for mobile phones that feature an embedded digital camera.
2004-06-29 NeoMagic, Wistron develop mobile phone platform
NeoMagic Corp. and Wistron Corp. have collaborated to create a platform for mobile phones that enable the low power implementation of multimedia features such as advanced camera imaging, MPEG-4 and H.264 video, 3D graphics acceleration and two-way video conferencing.
2004-11-23 NEC, Panasonic develop 3G mobile phone software platform
NEC Corp. and Panasonic Mobile Communications Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, have developed a Linux-based software platform for 3G mobile phones.
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