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Freescale Upgrades Small-Cell SoC

4/10/2014 09:30 AM EDT
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Smaller Cells are really a must need in cities
Kinnar   4/10/2014 2:24:56 PM
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Smaller cells will be in huge demand in crowded areas with large traffic, Freescale had rightly pitched the market need and has come up with a very good solution. But at the same time they will have to convince equipment manufactures to used their chip as compared to other chipsets, also miniaturization is not must at chip level as base stations are not like the mobile phones that strictly need to be smaller.

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