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Ralink to show off world's first single chip 450Mbps 3x3 802.11n AP and client at CES

Ralink chip is world's first

| Networking News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

One of the ways that computers can get smaller and consume less power is by going to more efficient and integrated chips inside. If what takes two chips today can be pared down to a single chip tomorrow out portable computers and device can run longer on a single charge.

 

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Ralink has unveiled the world's first single chip 450Mbps 3x3 802.11n AP and client that uses beam forming technology. The chip will be offered in two styles including the RT3883 and the RT3593. The RT3883 has three dual band 2.4/5GHz radios inside, a 500MHz MIPS74K CPU and a variety of connectivity interfaces.

 

The RT3593 has a 450Mbps client solution with an embedded media access controller, baseband processor, and three 2.4/5GHz radios on a single chip. Both of the devices use the IEEE optional Beam forming technology.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Ralinktech.com

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