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Jeffrey Parker, CEO and Chairman of ParkerVision, commented, "Working together with our baseband partner, we've created a compelling total 3G solution.
A universal baseband product that is suitable for 2G or 3G applications as well as future emerging standards will ease the transition between standards.
Qualcomm, MediaTek, Intel, Broadcom and ST-Ericsson captured top-five revenue share rankings in the cellular baseband processor market in 1H 2012.
Christopher Taylor, Director of the RF & Wireless Components market research services, stated that "Increasing shipments of smartphones that use baseband-integrated applications processors such as Qualcomm's Snapdragon, combined with LTE devices, which tend to use the most advanced baseband processors, will help push the baseband market up almost 17 percent this year, and up to around $23 billion in 2017.
Qualcomm, Intel, MediaTek, Texas Instruments and ST-Ericsson grabbed the top-five baseband revenue spots in 2011.
Intel cellular baseband revenue more than doubled in Q1 2011 on the strength of strong design-win momentum with tier-one handset manufacturers.
Spreadtrum's cellular baseband unit shipment growth surged in 2010.
He added, "Strategy Analytics estimates that Broadcom and Spreadtrum together accounted for 12 percent of GSM/GPRS/EDGE baseband shipments in Q3 2010, up from just 7 percent in Q3 2009.
According to Stuart Robinson, Director of the Handset Component technologies service at Strategy Analytics, "The cellular baseband market continues to show strength.
Stuart Robinson, Director of the Handset Component Technologies service, said, "Strategy Analytics believes that both Infineon and Broadcom benefitted from multi-sourcing strategies at tier-1 handset OEMs which significantly improved their baseband revenues and volumes in 2009.
Both Freescale and TI announced their intentions to exit from the cellular baseband market in Q3 2008, leaving about 23 percent of the total W-CDMA baseband revenue market share up for grabs.
Development of the 1394 baseband over coax specification will complement the coax bridge and UTP PMD specifications already developed by the 1394 Trade Association.