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Metalink announces sampling of its one-chip MIMO RF solution: The company says that it can pack everything that 802.11n will require into this single chip for RF. Of course, this is a little early to say that anything in 802.11n can wind up in silicon. I’ve spoken to a number of chipmakers, and none of them will finalize silicon until the specification is much further along. The latest IEEE meeting on 802.11n resulted in a step backwards from a draft proposal. Metalink says they’re sampling today, shipping in third quarter.
Posted by Glennf at May 23, 2005 9:24 AM
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