UK chip for NEC 3G videophone

January 2003
Electronics Weekly;1/22/2003, Issue 2083, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of NEC to choose the BlueCore single chip Bluetooth integrated circuit from Cambridge Silicon Radio for its videophone. Trials for the product.


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