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Altair launches Digital Dividend reference design

Tuesday 14 September 2010 | 15:53 CET | News
Fabless chip company Altair Semiconductor has announced the commercial availability of its Digital Dividend (Band 20) reference design. The design has completed IOT testing with tier-one infrastructure vendors. Altair's Digital Dividend reference design features the company's FourGee LTE chipset and interoperability-tested software stack. It can be used in a range of products, including USB dongles, CPEs and routers, all of which are expected to be market-ready by the end of this year. Digital Dividend spectrum will be used in rural-broadband installations. Digital Dividend is UHF spectrum

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Altair Semiconductor / Deutsche Telekom / Telefonica O2 / Vodafone
Countries: World
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