1 Comment

Summary:

bq. TI joins the crowd: Broadcom, Atheros, and Philips have also recently announced tiny Wi-Fi chips designed to work in cell phones. TI’s chips, however, will be 802.11a/b/g. Motorola said it’d use the chips in its combined Wi-Fi/cell phone due out next year. It remains to […]

bq. TI joins the crowd: Broadcom, Atheros, and Philips have also recently announced tiny Wi-Fi chips designed to work in cell phones. TI’s chips, however, will be 802.11a/b/g. Motorola said it’d use the chips in its combined Wi-Fi/cell phone due out next year. It remains to be seen how these phones will work. Battery life is expected to stink and first generation phones may be bricks…. [802.11b Networking News]

You’re subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

  1. This is a very good website

Comments have been disabled for this post