Intel Wireless Everything Chip Coming

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Date: Sunday, June 19th, 2005, 23:27
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According to a story by Tom Krazit for PC World, Intel is developed an integrated wireless chip that supports numerous standards including 802.11 a/b/g/n and in addition:

Intel has now integrated components such as power amplifiers onto a single piece of silicon. It has also built connections from the amplifiers to external radio antennas on a single transceiver package, connections that used to be made with multiple pieces of silicon located outside the package, said Howard High, an Intel spokesman. A transceiver is a chip that can both transmit and receive signals.

The new chip could be used in a future PowerBook, which would be great news for Apple.


According to a story by Tom Krazit for PC World, Intel is developed an integrated wireless chip that supports numerous standards including 802.11 a/b/g/n and in addition:

Intel has now integrated components such as power amplifiers onto a single piece of silicon. It has also built connections from the amplifiers to external radio antennas on a single transceiver package, connections that used to be made with multiple pieces of silicon located outside the package, said Howard High, an Intel spokesman. A transceiver is a chip that can both transmit and receive signals.

The new chip could be used in a future PowerBook, which would be great news for Apple.

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