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re: Yoshida in China: China Mobile holds key to LTE winners
junko.yoshida   12/5/2012 8:45:10 AM
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Oops I pasted a wrong link above. Here is the correct one on the interview with weili dai at Marvell: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4399226/Marvell-co-founder---Don-t-bet-against-us-

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re: Yoshida in China: China Mobile holds key to LTE winners
junko.yoshida   11/20/2012 9:59:44 PM
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Yes, correct. However, that chip you mentioned in the link above does not support TD-LTE yet. The company is working on the genuine multi-standard, multifrequency solution, but its TD-LTE is still going through the certification procss. That has been confirmed by Weili Dai in the following, more recent story: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-products/electronic-product-reviews/rf-microwave-products/4394229/Marvell-unified-3G-platform-supports-TD-SCDMA-and-WCDMA

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markwrob   11/20/2012 9:15:07 PM
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Hi Junko, I was reminded that recently MRVL announced a unified platform for wireless, would it be a good thing to add to the related stories list here? http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-products/electronic-product-reviews/rf-microwave-products/4394229/Marvell-unified-3G-platform-supports-TD-SCDMA-and-WCDMA

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