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Designing using Qualcomm SOC

Started by eng_basemm December 21, 2009
Dear All,

I am looking for a chip that include GSM/GPRS modem and an application
processor (ARM9 will be excellent) , to make a custom design for a mobile.

i have found that Qualcomm has a lot of solutions like Single-Chip Solution
(for example QSC6270) or Mobile station modems (for example MSM7200a)  and
all include ARM9 , Modem , RF  transceiver and power management. 

But the problem here i did not find any information or document for these
solutions or the tools and IDE for developing an application using these
chips.

So any Help please.

Thanks  

	   
					
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On Dec 21, 9:02=A0am, "eng_basemm" <eng_bas...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> But the problem here i did not find any information or document for these > solutions or the tools and IDE for developing an application using these > chips. > > So any Help please.
The short answer is: if you are asking these questions, you don't have the required volumes and facilities to develop such an application. Buy a GPRS modem module and integrate it into your application.
On Mon, 21 Dec 2009 08:02:17 -0600, eng_basemm wrote:

> Dear All, > > I am looking for a chip that include GSM/GPRS modem and an application > processor (ARM9 will be excellent) , to make a custom design for a > mobile. > > i have found that Qualcomm has a lot of solutions like Single-Chip > Solution (for example QSC6270) or Mobile station modems (for example > MSM7200a) and all include ARM9 , Modem , RF transceiver and power > management. > > But the problem here i did not find any information or document for > these solutions or the tools and IDE for developing an application using > these chips. > > So any Help please. >
Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and they probably only want a few big customers. Like Larwe said, if you have to ask you're probably too small. But if you don't think that's the case, give them a call. -- www.wescottdesign.com
>Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and they >probably only want a few big customers.
So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small customers ?? --------------------------------------- This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com
On Dec 22, 4:45=A0am, "eng_basemm" <eng_bas...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and they > >probably only want a few big customers. > > So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small > customers ?? =A0 =A0 =A0
Not really. "Too small customers" do not design custom cellphones, period. The cost of developing, testing and type-approving the design is very large. The minimum investment required is in the $1E5 order of magnitude to develop and field a new design. For vertical market requirements that rely on special application software, your best approach is to select an OEM-available canned hardware solution and develop your app inside the app sandbox provided by the off-the-shelf solution. (iPhone, Android, etc).
eng_basemm skrev:
>> Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and they >> probably only want a few big customers. > > > So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small > customers ?? > > --------------------------------------- > This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on > http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com
You can get a Telit GPRS module with built in ARM9 application processor (AT91SAM9260) -- Best Regards Ulf Samuelsson These are my own personal opinions, which may or may not be shared by my employer Atmel Nordic AB
eng_basemm skrev:
>> Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and they >> probably only want a few big customers. > > > So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small > customers ?? > > --------------------------------------- > This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on > http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com
You can get a Telit GPRS module with built in ARM9 application processor (AT91SAM9260) -- Best Regards Ulf Samuelsson These are my own personal opinions, which may or may not be shared by my employer Atmel Nordic AB
>eng_basemm skrev: >>> Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and
they
>>> probably only want a few big customers. >> >> >> So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small >> customers ?? >> >> --------------------------------------- >> This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on >> http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com > >You can get a Telit GPRS module with built in ARM9 application processor >(AT91SAM9260)
Thank you Mr , Ulf Samuelsson i have just been choosing this module and reading its datasheet , it is really seems to be very powerful module and the ARM 9 processor has a lot of peripherals . And i have another question , now if i make design based on this processor what are the chance to get my firmware inside ARM9 processor (it is now public resource all knows its specifications , pins ,... etc)?? and how can i secure my code not to be taken from my design and even if it have been taken can not be reversed ?? Thank you for your replying --------------------------------------- This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com
eng_basemm skrev:
>> eng_basemm skrev: >>>> Qualcomm wants to vet you before they give you any information, and > they >>>> probably only want a few big customers. >>> >>> >>> So , is there any integrated solutions that deal with the too small >>> customers ?? >>> >>> --------------------------------------- >>> This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on >>> http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com >> You can get a Telit GPRS module with built in ARM9 application processor >> (AT91SAM9260) > > > Thank you Mr , Ulf Samuelsson i have just been choosing this module and > reading its datasheet , it is really seems to be very powerful module and > the ARM 9 processor has a lot of peripherals . > > And i have another question , now if i make design based on this processor > what are the chance to get my firmware inside ARM9 processor (it is now > public resource all knows its specifications , pins ,... etc)?? and how can > i secure my code not to be taken from my design and even if it have been > taken can not be reversed ?? >
Those questions you have to ask to Telit.
> Thank you for your replying > > --------------------------------------- > This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedded web interface on > http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com
-- Best Regards Ulf Samuelsson These are my own personal opinions, which may or may not be shared by my employer Atmel Nordic AB
On Dec 23, 12:20=A0am, "eng_basemm" <eng_bas...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > And i have another question , now if i make design based on this processo=
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> what are the chance to get my firmware inside ARM9 processor (it is now > public resource all knows its specifications , pins ,... etc)?? and how c=
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> i secure my code not to be taken from my design and even if it have been > taken can not be reversed ?? >
Let me see if I understand: You want the community to help you find the part and make the design, and when you're done you want to make sure that nobody can do what you do? AL