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baseband

(ˈbeɪsˌbænd)
n
(Telecommunications) a transmission technique using a narrow range of frequencies that allows only one message to be telecommunicated at a time. See also broadband
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E-tender document for supply, Installation and commissioning of vsat rf equipment in ex c-band and vsat baseband hub equipment for satellite communication network with camc for 7 years for rf hub for ex c band and base band hubs and agreement for comprehensive repair charges for 7 years for vasts after warranty period.
However, there are two sides regarding smart phones, one side insists to separate application processor and base band processor, while the other side claims to the integration.
OKI has over 10 years of experience and a strong track record with PHS base band LSIs in Japan.
Incorporating high performance PowerQUICC[TM] communication technology, StarCore[TM] digital signal processors and a field programmable gate array (FPGA), the WiMAX base band platform works together with Media Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) software to provide the performance and programmable processing required for production of WiMAX base station products.
com), a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power RF and base band chipsets, and software for GPS and wireless applications, today announces that Lew Boore joined the company as its Vice President of Marketing.
com), a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power RF and base band chipsets and software for GPS and wireless applications, today announced that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Inc.
com), a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in ultra low power RF and base band chipsets and software for GPS and wireless applications, today announced the NB1050, a new reference design that helps OEMs, ODMs and third-party developers reduce the time, cost and complexity associated with creating Bluetooth-enabled GPS applications for handheld devices.