Conexant rolls out 802.11n draft 2.0 chip pair - Embedded.com

Conexant rolls out 802.11n draft 2.0 chip pair

Newport Beach, Calif.—Conexant Systems Inc. has launched a low power 802.11n draft 2.0 product family for high-performance, power-sensitive WLAN applications.

The CX53322 and CX53328 are targeted at products with embedded Wi-Fi functionality such as printers, portable media players, cellular handsets, and USB sticks. The CX53322 is offered with a USB interface, and the CX53328 is available with a serial peripheral interface and secured digital I/O interface. The CX53322 has been recognized by the Wi-Fi Alliance as a Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 802.11n draft 2.0 product.

The highly integrated 802.11n single-chip wireless radios are based on a full media access control architecture, which reduces host loading and eases integration into low-end embedded applications.

The CX53322 and CX53328 include an ARM 9 core, an integrated transceiver, RF synthesizer/voltage control oscillator, high-speed data converters, and an orthogonal frequency division multiplexing/complete code keying (OFDM/CCK) digital baseband processor.

Availability: Production quantities.
Datasheets: CX53322 and CX53328.

Conexant Systems Inc., 1-888-855-4562, www.conexant.com

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