RF Micro Devices has announced it has shipped over two million wireless local area network (WLAN) transceivers.
A.J. Nadler, director of silicon systems at RF Micro Devices, said, "Our long-standing expertise in the design and manufacture of highly integrated RFICs for high-volume consumer market applications has enabled us to supply an 802.11b WLAN transceiver that has achieved wide commercial adoption. The RF2948B WLAN transceiver is a key component of RFMD's 802.11b WLAN physical layer chip set, which offers our customers superior performance, greater range and lower cost than leading competitive solutions."
The RF2948B highly integrated RF/IF radio transceiver has been designed into several applications, such as PC cards, USB network adapters, access points and wireless routers at multiple customers. The RF2948B is part of RFMD's complete wireless LAN physical layer solution that meets IEEE 802.11b specifications and is comprised of the RF2494 high frequency LNA/mixer, the RF3000 baseband processor and the RF5117 linear power amplifier.
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