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trans·cei·ver

(tran-sē'vĕr)
A coil that both transmits radiofrequency and receives the magnetic resonance signal.
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a leading provider of application software solutions for the wireless handset industry, today announced that CCI has chosen SKY-MAP(TM) mobile applications software solutions for use across multiple handset programs addressing multiple market segments and geographic regions.
We are very excited to be working with Silicon Labs to address the needs of ultra-low-cost handset manufacturers", said Naser Partovi, CEO of SKY MobileMedia.
But as the handset feature-set continues to expand, and the number and variety of applications on a phone grows, the mechanisms for interacting and controlling them are put under ever-greater strain: the need for application-specific controls and shortcuts is increased while the user demand for ease of use has never been greater.
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For those who want more extensive phone functions but aren't ready to go wireless, there is the option of an IP phone, which looks much like an analog handset but taps into the network's capability more than traditional phones.
When asked which maker's handset they would buy next, 30% replied Sharp, followed by Panasonic and NEC (about 25% each), and Sony/Sony Ericsson (over 20%).
RFMD is winning cellular transceiver designs by providing systems-level innovation to leading handset original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), original design manufacturers (ODMs) and baseband partners.
The modules offer Motorola([R])significant circuit board space savings, a reduced bill of materials and extended battery life - key advantages in next-generation handset designs.
VirtualLogix will also promote its active participation in the Linux Phone Standards Forum (LiPS) at the show, underscoring the company's commitment to promoting Linux development in the mobile handset market.
The highly optimized software configuration fits entirely within the onboard RAM of the "LoCosto" TCS2300 solution removing the need for any external RAM which reduces the overall handset bill of materials (BOM).