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Signalchip unveils India's first semiconductor chips for 4G/5G connectivity

The semiconductor chips, code-named 'Agumbe', are the result of over eight years of R&D by the firm's engineers

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Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Bengaluru-based fabless semiconductor company, Signalchip, on Tuesday unveiled India’s first semiconductor chips for 4G/LTE and 5G NR modems, which would enable high-speed wireless communication. These chips put India into an elite group of countries that own this widely used fundamental technology. The series of chips, code-named ‘Agumbe’ (a small village located in Shimoga district in Karnataka) are the result of over eight years of research and development by Signalchip engineers.
 
 
Currently, in India, all devices and infrastructure, whether imported or domestically manufactured,

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First Published: Feb 27 2019 | 8:21 PM IST

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