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June 04, 2009

Qualcomm's 802.11n single chip for mobile devices

Their press release.

The WCN1312 chip is part of an integrated device which is expected to support data rates up to 72 Mbps, "significantly higher than previous 802.11a, b, and g Wi-Fi solutions...."

“As demand increases for wireless LAN connectivity in handsets and other mobile devices, carriers are migrating to higher-performance, more integrated solutions,” said Mike Concannon, senior vice president of Connectivity and Wireless Modules for Qualcomm CDMA Technologies. “The new WCN1312 solution gives our customers an extremely compact 802.11n solution with leading-edge performance and full system-level integration with other Qualcomm chipsets, which minimizes design time and reduces manufacturers' time-to-market.”


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