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re: Multimode wireless devices: It's the software, stupid!
LALALA   10/14/2009 11:02:14 AM
Hi Fanny, You have forgot to mention ASOCS Ltd (located in Israel) one of the first companies in the SDR market which has a working chip, already integrated in several commercial product. It is important to mention the power dis-advantage of an SDR single core against a multi-core architecture. While a single core is always utilized in any standard a multi-core architecture can activate only the relevant cores for the standard.

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