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LGIC introduces two video ASICs for IMT-2000
Posted: 11-Jul-2000 [Source: The Korea Herald]

[LGIC's new chip set is aimed at 3G handset applications.]

"To offer proof that the company is having success in the development of W-CDMA (wideband code division multiple access) technology, LG Information and Communi-cations (LGIC) yesterday unveiled two types of video ASICs (application specific integrated circuits) for use in IMT-2000 handsets.

"The company said that the two chips, MVC-B (mobile video coder and decoder-B) and MoVision can be used in both W-CDMA handsets and cdma2000 handsets. W-CDMA is the standard being adopted by European markets while cdma2000 is an evolution of the cdmaOne technology developed by Qualcomm for third-generation mobile communications (3G).

"Unlike the video ASICs that are currently used in the fixed line network, the newly developed chips are power-efficient, allowing for easy portability, the company claimed.

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