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DSP Communications - Intel  Profile

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DSP Communications - Intel  Company Overview

DSPC is a leading independent developer and supplier of form-fit reference designs, chipsets and software to mobile phone manufacturers. DSPC develops, markets, licenses, and sells application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) based on digital signal processing (DSP) technology, software stacks, and reference design development kits for advanced wireless voice and data communications applications. DSPC wireless technology products support leading global standards for CDMA, TDMA, and PDC, and will also support emerging third generation (3G) standards such as Wideband CDMA and cdma2000. DSPC was acquired by Intel in 1999.

DSP Communications - Intel  Products

The types of products manufactured by DSP Communications - Intel include DSP ASICs for Mobile Phone applications.

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