Envera 802.11b chipset offerings
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Last Revised 10/26/2006
In July of 2002
WiND wireless chipset
design, intended to operate in the 5GHz band, and also offer compatibility with
2.4GHz, (Wi-Fi) wireless LAN devices, compliant with the
IEEE 802.11b standard
The WiND dual
mode IEEE 802.11a+b chipset contains two chips, an
integrated baseband chip with built-in MAC and dual IEEE 802.11a+b modem
functionality, and a low cost RF chip with a highly integrated dual band
2.4 and 5GHz implementation.
The chipsets are scheduled to
begin sampling in 4Q2002, with a targe price of under $30 in quantities
of 100K units and more. However, single mode 5GHz chipsets should be available sooner and
be accompanied by reference designs for
dual mode wireless LAN products or customers with aggressive devlopment schedules.
The dual-mode IEEE 802.11a+b integrated WiNDchipset design provides
an upgrade path from 2.4GHz wireless
networking into the 5GHz band.
The WiND chipset
design will include enhanced Media Access Control (MAC) features providing
Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
Transmit Power Control (TPC)
(for worldwide radio regulation conformance and installation)
QoS to facilitate streaming multimedia requirements
- IEEE 802.11i-compatible built-in enhanced
- IEEE 802.11h compatible DFS-TPC
- ensures that installation
is ''out-of-the-box'' when automated frequency band conformance and tuning
are enabled via this feature.
- ensures that a
user's wireless modem will work anywhere in the world
- dual-mode compatibility, effectively creates transparent, worldwide
- IEEE 802.11e compatible QoS, (certain data
streams are prioritized), a feature useful to Home Networking
users with demand for quality streaming video and other multimedia.
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