STM sets up wireless design centre

STM sets up wireless design centre
Richard Ball A design centre for wireless communications chips has been set up by SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (STM) in Geneva. The centre is designing for GSM and code division multiple access (CDMA) mobile phones. “In the GSM market we have been supplying custom solutions including single-chip baseband devices,” said a spokesperson. The centre will look to turn these designs into standard products. In the longer term, the centre will also develop chipsets for the UMTS third generation mobile phone standard.


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