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Cambridge Silicon Radio - CSR  Profile

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Cambridge Silicon Radio - CSR  Company Overview

Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) designs and manufactures single-chip wireless devices. The company started with a focus on solutions for the 2.4GHz Bluetooth personal area networking standard.

In November 2004, CSR entered the IEEE 802.11 marketplace with devices capable of operation in both the 2.4 and 5GHz frequency bands. 

Cambridge Silicon Radio - CSR  Products

The types of products manufactured by Cambridge Silicon Radio - CSR include Bluetooth ICs, Wi-Fi ICs, Echo & Noise Suppression ICs.

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