Panasonic releases low-power wireless chipset
Monday, 19 March 2012 11:56
Panasonic Corporation has announced the creation of a new chipset which it claims has the lowest power consumption in the industry.
The multi-gigabit millimeter wave wireless communication chipset is powered by less than one watt of energy as it utilises baseband processing architecture.
It will allow for the stable interactive communication between a number of devices supporting the different forms of technology from WiGig Alliance.
Available for use within mobile devices, the technology allows for the transfer of 30-minute compressed high-definition video content that can be transferred within ten seconds.
The streaming of high definition video from mobile devices to TVs will also be allowed by the system and will operate in real-time, without any delay being seen on the system.
This development comes shortly after Lime Microsystems announced the release of a new wireless communications toolkit, which can be used across all devices and enable developers to create their own wireless protocols.
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