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Integrated Circuits

October 1, 1999
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Integrated Circuits

CDMA Single-chip Modem Solution
The model MSM3100™ sixth-generation single-chip Mobile Station Modem™ baseband processing solution features a 50 percent reduction in chip size and up to 300 hours of standby time. Other features include enhanced voice recognition, such as continuous digit dialing and support for large speaker independent libraries and on-chip acoustic echo cancellation. The MSM3100 chipset and software enable design of a new generation of CDMA handsets and data devices with rich feature sets and industry-leading performance and will be the first baseband modem to offer on-chip hardware support for in-phone GPS-based CDMA position and location services, providing manufacturers with a cost-effective and integrated solution for the upcoming Federal Communications Commission mandate for emergency location tracking.
QUALCOMM Inc.,
San Diego, CA
(619) 651-7942.

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