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Broadcom’s BCM1161 processor integrates array of common features: The single-chip VoWLAN processor includes USB, an LCD, and analog codecs for microphone and speaker connections. It supports a 2 megapixel digital camera, recording audio, the playback of audio and video clips, and 3-way and speaker phone calls. It doesn’t include Wi-Fi on board, which is hard to figure from the coverage and press release. Broadcom offers Wi-Fi in a single chip to complement this VoIP offering.
Broadcom is also offering a reference design for integrating their product with a Wi-Fi chipset into a fully functioning handset.
Posted by Glennf at September 19, 2005 10:34 AM
Categories: Chips, Voice Devices
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