The Platforms of 3G 3G, just like other types of technology, also comes in various kinds and platforms. Depending on the model, the speed, capacity and overall feature will also differ. Customers will have to pay more for very advanced designs, complete with the important functions. Some of the top manufacturers and investors have poured in a lot of effort and money just to create the right components that will best suit consumers all over the world. On Freescale Freescale features a wide range of platforms on the cellular level, complete with components that will match the time-to-market and minimal cost requirements of ODMs and OEMs. There is opening operating system support which also includes S60, Microsoft Windows Mobile, Symbian and Linux. One-core modem architecture applies software to isolate modem and other applications on hardware that is shared. This significantly minimizes sophistication and simplifies the software development and speed time to market by around 6 months. Features and Products The world-class security in software and hardware for secure transactions is also featured. Freescale also has low power style that incorporates sophisticated techniques like dynamic voltage scaling, low leakage process for optimum usage time and clock gating. There is reduced component quantity for sleek, slim and modern styled handsets. Some of the products available include the MXC300-30 and MXC275-30. The 300-30 is a lone core modem platform of 3G which is used mainly for EDGE, GSM, GPRS, HSPA and UMTS/WCDMA. The MX275-30 is a 2.75 one-core modem platform that is mainly used for EDGE Type 12, GSM and GPRS. The Technologies The MXC300-30 boasts of the MXC one-core modem architecture, the LTE that will send desktop information rates to cellular tools and devices and the HSPA for quick 3G speeds immediately. The MXC300-30 is the initial platform that has the 3G single core modem. The single core processor located at the center mixes the StarCore SC140e Digital Signal Processor or DSP that functions at a maximum of 250 MHz and a processor core, ARM1136 that functions up to 532 MHz. The single core modem manages all signalling protocol layers L1, L2 and L3 for 3G, 2.5G and 2.75G standards, involving the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), EDGE or Enhanced Data for GSM, GPRS or General Packet Radio Service and WCDMA or wideband code division multiple access. Features The device features the StarCore SC140 DSP with a speed maximizing at 250 MHz. It also has an ARM11 applications processor with a maximum speed of 532 MHz. Other features include Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and WCDMA tri-band 850/1900/2100 MHz. HSDPA has 3.6 Mbps. There is also an optimization for open operating systems such as Symbian and Linux, excluding the addition of any accelerator or processor. There is a single antenna interference that cancels the GMSK or Gaussian minimum shift keying. Wireless connectivity features include the Bluetooth interface support, wireless local area network or WLAN and Digital Video Broadcasting-Handhelds or DVB-H interface support. The features are fairly similar to others that are also sold in the same class. The Device You can learn more about other available powerful tools and devices on the internet and by visiting telecommunications shops and service providers. Find out more about the important features and how these can work well with your lifestyle and occupation. Price will vary, depending on the included features and tools.
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