Community Wireless: Hardware
( June 11, 2002 ) (pdf)
NewLogic Technologies, a leading supplier of intellectual property
(IP) cores for wireless technology, today annouced the world's
first wireless multi-system intellectual property solution
supporting the Bluetooth 1.1 standard as well as the WLAN
The Tondelayo RF chips are designed to support W-LAN solutions in
the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. The combined chipset makes
for a solution that affords transparent connectivity, facilitating
seamless roaming for the mobile user.
Synad is a fast growing fabless chip company that is shaping the
future of wireless networking. We are changing the way that people
access corporate networks, the Internet and share multimedia data.
Our vision is seamless connectivity, at work, at home and in
public places. Synad is focussed on fulfilling this vision through
the development of advanced and innovative technologies and
chipsets for multiband wireless local area networking
Envara is a fabless semiconductor company developing complete
multi-mode Wireless Local Area Networking (WLAN) chipset solutions
capable of transparently operating in all internationally
allocated 2.4GHz and 5GHz WLAN frequency bands.
Broadcom designs, develops and supplies complete system-on-a-chip
solutions and related hardware and software applications for every
major broadband communications market.
The company's initial focus is on wireless chipsets and software
for next-generation, standards-compliant, in-building networking
across the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands.
Intersil's Wireless Networking Business unit is dedicated to the
design and development of world-class silicon technology for
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Its flagship product, the
PRISM® WLAN chip set, is widely recognized as the world's
leading silicon solution for wireless networking systems and has
been adopted by more than 50 of the world's leading telecom,
networking and computer companies into more than 100 product
Bermai's ultra-integrated CMOS OFDM system-on-chip technology
delivers robust standard connectivity for IEEE 802.11a (Wi-Fi5)
wireless environments in the 5GHz band, as well as provides a
"plug-in" interface for combination with existing 2.4GHz 802.11b
or eventually 802.11g solutions.