Hi-Def Cellular

Woolley, Scott
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p66
The article focuses on femtocells, the miniature cellular base stations that make cell phone calls as reliable as landlines. Peter Claydon and Doug R. Pulley founders of Picochip, came up with the idea of developing such small cell phone towers. Picochip marketing head Rupert Baines coined the term femtocell in 2005. Pulley and Claydon took advantage of the popularity of femtocell. Their company, Picochip, is said to be the largest producer of the digital signal processing chips found inside femtocells.


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