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Wireless LAN Chipsets: MIMO and the Road to 802.11n
High-speed 802.11 using MIMO smart antenna technology will open up major new consumer and enterprise markets for wireless LAN.

This report analyzes chipset vendor strategies for tweaking existing 802.11 standards introducing MIMO antennas, adding signal processing, and optimizing chipsets for video distribution in preparation for the upcoming, high-throughput 802.11n standard.
Sample research data from the report is shown in the excerpts below:
Table of Contents (0804toc.pdf)
The chart below shows our forecast for the 802.11 chipset market through 2008. This estimate will prove too conservative if the consumer electronics and cell phone markets take off.
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Although more than 60 individuals and groups have indicated they will make a proposal to the 802.11n task group, support is coalescing behind two groups known as nSynch and WWiSE (World Wide Spectrum Efficiency). The table below summarizes what we know today about each potential proposal:
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Public 802.11 chipset vendors analyzed in this report: Agere Systems Inc. (NYSE: AGR.A); Atheros Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: ATHR); Broadcom Corp. (Nasdaq: BRCM); Conexant Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CNXT); Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC); Philips Semiconductors (NYSE: PHG); STMicroelectronics NV (NYSE: STM); Texas Instruments Inc. (NYSE: TXN).
Private 802.11 chipset vendors analyzed in this report: Airgo Networks; Bermai Inc.; Engim Inc.; IceFyre Semiconductor Corp.
Total pages: 20
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