GCT Semiconductor Exhibits Advanced Technology in Overseas Events

June 7, 2001 - One of Korea's leading designers in

telecommunications semiconductors, GCT Semiconductor Inc. recently attended various international fairs and seminars to display how much development progress it has made.
At 'Bluetooth Congress 2001' in Monte Carlo, Monaco, which opened on June 5 and was sponsored by Special Interest Group (SIG), the international certification organization for Bluetooth, the firm demonstrated a low-priced Bluetooth solution employing its direct conversion technology on the complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) fabrication process.
To demonstrate the benefits of the achievement, the company linked 3 notebooks through network cards, which included the firm's RF chip (GDM1100), baseband chip (GDM1101b) and software development kit. The resultant network showed a ball that seemed to naturally move from one monitor to another.
"We thus were the first to exhibit the total solution, including RF and baseband chips employing CMOS direct conversion technology," says Dr. Lee Kyung-ho, the firm's CTO. "Plans are afoot to develop high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) solutions employing both digital signal processing (DSP) and multimedia technologies."

GCT is scheduled to participate in the Symposium on VLSI Circuit (SOVC) Kyoto in the middle of this month, where it plans to deliver 3 papers on RF chip set design.

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