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New Modem for IMT-2000 Basestations
Posted: 20-Jan-2002 [Source: AsiaBizTech]

[Alogics first to commercialize a 16-channel modem for asynchronous IMT-2000 basestations.]

by Luz Park, Seoul -- "Alogics, a domestic ASIC venture company, has announced that it has successfully developed and commercialized a modem for asynchronous IMT-2000 (WCDMA) basestations.(see Fig) "We have secured world-level technology with the development of [this] modem. It will sustain our technical superiority in next-generation technology developments," said J D Kim, president of the company. "Alogics has been known as a display chip developer for security systems. Now the company will be reborn, focusing on this modem development for IMT-2000," said Kim.

"Mass-production of the modem was scheduled to start at the end of 2001 or early 2002. During the first quarter of 2002, the company plans to complete a new version of the product, doubling the current 16 channels and reducing the software cost for the operation, as well as increasing the speed to 10 Mbps.

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