SPOTLIGHT: 243 Mbps WiFi chipset


Israeli company Metalink says its new baseband chip, the MtW8170, when combined with the already available MtW8150 RF chip, makes a chipset able to operate at 243 Mbps. It will also be compatible with 802.11n. The company says that the WLANPlus could be embedded in digital video recorders, set-top boxes, HDTVs, media adaptors, and other consumer electronics products. Story

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