Texas Instruments Inc. has announced a new chipset that would allow portable IP phones to use WLAN networks.
Based on TIs OMAP processor, the new chipset couples its WLAN silicon with the companys Telogy Software for VoIP.
Phones using the new architecture will be available by the end of 2004, said Fred Zimmerman, executive director of TIs CPE Solutions Unit. The WLAN chip will support 802.11g.
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