No trim FM radio chip aims at mobile audio

February 2002
Electronics Weekly;2/20/2002, Issue 2040, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on a high-technology radio chip introduced by Philips. Use of the chip; Features of the chip; Cost of the chip.


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