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Gran-Jansen - BlueChip - Micrel  Profile

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Gran-Jansen - BlueChip - Micrel  Company Overview

Gran-Jansen was established in 1994 to develop a cost effective integrated solution for local wireless signaling. Through a Joint Venture with the Norwegian PTT R&D Centre, Telenor, the company released the world first Single-Chip Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum Transceiver IC in 1997. In 2000, Gran-Jansen AS formally changed its name to BlueChip Communication AS. Based in Oslo, Norway, BlueChip is a fab-less semiconductor company focused on Local Wireless Networking solutions adapted to the emerging M2M (machine-to-machine) market. BlueChip Communication was acquired by Micrel Semiconductor Inc. in March, 2004.

Gran-Jansen - BlueChip - Micrel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Gran-Jansen - BlueChip - Micrel include BCCxx BiCMOS Transceivers, RFBxxx RF Blocks, and EVKxxx Dual Transceivers.

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