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Airgo says 1.5 million devices using their chipsets were produced last year: That’s a nice number, as some companies list “chips” not “chipsets,” and can overcount devices. They expect 5 million “True MIMO” devices to be installed (not just produced) using their technology in 2006.
Airgo’s latest generation of multiple-in, multiple-out technology features up to 240 Mbps of raw throughput by using two spatially separated datastreams that can dynamically expand on a packet-by-packet basis from 20 megahertz (one Wi-Fi channel) to 40 MHz when the airspace is unused.
Posted by Glennf at January 4, 2006 12:13 PM