Broadcom Preps One-Chip 802.11b

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Broadcom Preps One-Chip 802.11b

The printed circuit board used by Broadcom’s new AirForce OneChip 802.11b component measures only 392 sqare mm, roughly one-tenth the size of Broadcom’s current 802.11b solution, the company said. “Consolidating the number of components on a WLAN module or other device is a natural offshoot of Moore’s Law and some skilled engineering. However, the smaller form factor will allow 802.11b components to be built into more portable devices, such as cell phones, while signaling to OEMs that more sophisticated 802.11g and hybrid components are on their way.”

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