SkyCross Antennas Selected by Hisense for Devices

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<p><strong>Viera, Fla. &mdash; Nov. 16</strong><br />SkyCross, a global wireless company providing antenna-centric, radio-frequency (RF) solutions, announced that Chinese manufacturer Hisense is purchasing SkyCross antennas for wireless devices ranging from advanced multifunction mobile handsets for mature markets to fixed wireless phones for emerging economies. SkyCross is supporting this large customer from its recently announced design facility in Shanghai and existing design and manufacturing plants in Shenzhen, China.<br /><br />Hisense is a highly regarded electronics manufacturer contributing to the rapid uptake of wireless devices in China. Hisense is ranked No. 7 in the 2007 Top 100 Electronics Manufacturers list issued by the Chinese Ministry of Information and reported net profit growth of more than 22 percent in the first half of 2007 over the same period last year. SkyCross is supporting this Chinese powerhouse with antennas for dozens of projects.<br /><br />SkyCross antennas set designers at Hisense free to create a full range of consumer electronics enabled with services including voice, data and location. In many cases, the multiband antennas for mobile handsets support GSM and/or CDMA combined with GPS, Bluetooth and other functions. SkyCross is also supplying 450 MHz antennas for fixed wireless phones. These products are sold in countries without a wired infrastructure. <br /><br />&ldquo;Whether you are developing a low-end, cost-conservative product or a high-end device packed with features, SkyCross has a wide range of products and services to meet the needs of device manufacturers,&rdquo; said Ping Chen, managing director of SkyCross China. &ldquo;We are pleased to be working with Hisense on its diverse product line.&rdquo; </p>

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