Texas Instruments Norway was
established with the acquisition of Chipcon AS on January 24, 2006
. The site is headquartered in Oslo, the capital of Norway, and
its employees are comprised of mainly IC designers as well as
Field Application Engineers, support personnel and product
Norway site is the WW headquarters for TI’s Low-Power Wireless
group, which provides cost-effective RF solutions for a variety of
short-range applications in the 315/433/868/915 MHz and 2.4 GHz
frequency bands. Our industry-leading ICs facilitate operation of
low-power wireless devices, meeting the stringent requirements for
low system costs, high integration, low power, and flexibility.
Targeted applications include consumer electronics such as
wireless keyboard/mouse, wireless gaming accessories, wireless
VoIP and remote controls and building applications such as
building and control monitoring, tracking systems, automatic meter
reading and alarm and security systems.
Leading in ZigBee
TI Norway is also a leading provider of ZigBee™/IEEE 802.15.4
technology. Our industry-leading CC2420 is the first single-chip
2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 compliant and ZigBee-ready RF transceiver.
ZigBee's main focus is to enable reliable, cost-effective,
low-power, wirelessly networked monitoring and control products
within home, building and industrial automation based on an open
As the only provider of a true
one-stop-shop solution including RF transceivers, ZigBee protocol
software, development tools and kits and proven reference designs,
TI has a strong leading position within the ZigBee technology.