ST and TI can compete in CDMA market

Manners, David
August 2003
Electronics Weekly;8/20/2003, Issue 2112, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on advantages of low cost manufacturing to STMicroelectronics (ST) and Texas Instruments (TI) in the code division multiple access chipset market. Comment from Aldo Romano of ST on the performance of Qualcomm; Cost advantage of the in-house manufacturing of the chip companies; Views of Romano on a lawsuit filed by Qualcomm against TI.


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