SAN FRANCISCO (11/17/2003) - Motorola Inc. will apply its resources to drive down the size, cost, and power consumption of UWB (ultra-wideband) wireless network chip sets using technology from XtremeSpectrum Inc., the assets of which it acquired last week. Both companies have been advocating the same proposed approach to UWB, called direct-sequence CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access). Motorola will acquire the intellectual property and employees of XtremeSpectrum, which makes UWB chip sets. Financial terms were not disclosed.
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