Broadcom cell phone chip comines Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM radio
Written by Gizmo   
Monday, 05 February 2007 20:13
Broadcom is addressing the daunting challenge of keeping mobile wireless handsets small and consuming little power, while adding new functions, with a new chip that combines Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM, or frequency modulation.

Read the full story at EETimes: 

Broadcom reported Friday that its 65-nanometer CMOS system-on-a-chip solves the difficult problem of self-interference among different devices operating in the same frequency band.

The BCM4325 uses Broadcom's InConcert algorithms to solve interference problems between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which both operate in the 2.4-GHz frequency range. "Until now," the firm said, "integrating these technologies in a single product was challenging since multiple radios in the same band can lead to self-interference."

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