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LSI, TI, Freescale in 28nm base station battle

2/27/2012 07:00 AM EST
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nicu_p
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re: LSI, TI, Freescale in 28nm base station battle
nicu_p   3/5/2012 9:41:35 PM
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Freescale's DSP's are not dual threaded. You got that mixed with the Power PC cores - those are dual threaded.

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invest70   2/28/2012 11:11:57 PM
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Who are the dominant suppliers of small cells? Who are the prime competitors of 2"-cube lightRadio with active array antenna capability for small cell applications. Isn't 2"-cube stack small enough for the applications. What is the prospect and timing of large scale replacement of existing broadband towers.

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rick merritt   2/27/2012 3:30:38 PM
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At MWC, Alcatel-Lucent claims it has a 6 month lead with working small cells in trials with multiple carriers. However the LTE small cells are still not small enough and the 3G ones still lack a Wi-Fi module.

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