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By Roger Cheng Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Worldwide demand for phones using third-generation, or 3G, technology remains robust despite a broader decline in the handset market, according to Qualcomm Inc.

(QCOM) Chairman and Chief Executive Paul Jacobs.

The San Diego company is benefiting from increasing interest in more advanced phones and a continued willingness to upgrade devices despite a downturn in spending.

Handset sales are expected to ramp up in the second half of the calendar year, according to Chief Financial Officer Bill Keitel.

Jacobs noted that the transition to digital TV has freed up airwaves Qualcomm ...
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