cellular PC

cellular PC

A smartphone running desktop applications. See Windows 10 ARM.
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The ABI Research study, "Mobile Broadband to the Laptop" tracks and forecasts the market for cellular PC cards and internal modems in laptops by air interface from 2003 to 2011.
Cellular PC Card Modems examines the meager demand for CPC technology in the past, and the drivers behind potentially much larger volumes in the future.
The cellular PC card (CPC) industry features both IT-centric companies, like Dell computer, and those more closely aligned with the wireless industry, like Nokia and Sony Ericsson.
Significantly increasing the mobility of the Armada notebook PCs, Compaq Computer Corporation (NYSE:CPQ) today announced the Compaq SpeedPaq Cellular PC Card, an advanced cellular radio transceiver, that enables Armada notebook users to easily access critical, time sensitive information from anywhere at any time.
This combination of products includes the Compaq SpeedPaq Cellular PC Card, Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) service, middleware, training and support in a one stop shopping, turn key solution.
Products such as the SpeedPaq Cellular PC Card offer our serious mobile notebook users anytime, anywhere access to information, setting the benchmark for portable PC usefulness.
Modem is specifically designed to support the SpeedPaq Cellular PC
is now incorporating Throughput X-Cellerator (TX-CEL) in their cellular PC cards.
34 direct-connect cellular PC Card fax/modems, internal proprietary-slot fax/modems supporting Compaq and Toshiba laptops, and ethernet PC cards.
8K bps) direct-connect cellular PC Card fax/modem that is compatible with Type II-III notebooks and PDAs.
The range of amplifier products is particularly suited to cellular PCS and next generation EDGE/UMTS markets.
With an operating range of 150MHz-2500MHz, the IC is ideal for use as a TDMA/CDMA/FM cellular PCS LNA, a low noise transmit amplifier or for general-purpose amplification in commercial and consumer systems.

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