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Competitive Landscape for 802.11b/g/a Power Amps

Competitive Landscape for 802.11b/g/a Power Amps - February 6, 2005
We have two issues with statements recently made by ParkerVision. ParkerVision’s claims are as follows:

 

Claim #1
They will create a significant revenue stream based on sales of their revolutionary power amplifiers.

 

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Competitive Landscape for Quad Band GSM Power Amps

Competitive Landscape for Quad Band GSM Power Amps - February 6, 2005

We interviewed engineers at several reputable power amplifier (amp) companies and present here a brief summary of what we learned.

 

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Competitive Landscape for CDMA Power Amps

Competitive Landscape for CDMA Power Amps – February 7, 2005

We interviewed engineers at several reputable power amplifier (amp) companies and present here a brief summary of what we learned.

 

The market for cellular handset power amps is both the largest and most competitive segment of the power amp business. CDMA is the second largest segment of the cellular handset market. In this paper, we look at the CDMA power amp offerings available today.

 

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Competitive Landscape for Cordless Phones

Competitive Landscape for Cordless Phone Power Amplifiers - February 7, 2005

 

We spoke with the lead designer for one of the largest cordless phone chipset makers in the world, and he said there is no market for standalone cordless phone power amplifiers. They do not use separate power amplifiers, but rather integrate them in the chipset. To the best of his knowledge, for cost-efficiency reasons, all of the competition does the same thing.

 

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RF Power Amplifier Market Analysis

Handset Power Amplifier Industry Background – February 6, 2005 Chips that enable mobile telephone handsets fall into four broad categories: (1) radio frequency (power amplifiers, transceivers, and switches); (2) baseband (digital and analog); (3) power management; and (4) memory. The Power Amplifier (PA) enables the handset to transmit digitally encoded voice and data signals back to the base station tower to route a call to another phone number or Internet address.

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