Samsung says it has designed an advanced USB chipset that supports high-speed, low-power wireless transfers between mobile and tethered CE devices. Offered in a two-chip set, the S3C2680/S5M8311 WUSB platform is capable of achieving data transmission rates of 480Mbps (Megabit per second) at an average power consumption of less than 300mW.
Samsung spokesperson Yiwan Wong said the chipset will most likely be used in high-res cameras, TVs, PCs, tablets, printers, projectors, Blu-ray players, portable HDDs and mobile handsets. "Manufactured using 65nm low power logic process technology, [our] new WUSB chipset is a combination of a system-on-chip (SoC) baseband processor and an RF transceiver," explained Wong.
"[Using] an ARM 9 core, [the] WUSB chipset features WiMedia v1.2 PHY and also has various interfaces such as SDIO, SD card, SD host, as well as a NAND flash controller, two high-speed USB 2.0 PHYs and a 128-bit AES encryption algorithm."
SOURCE: TG Daily
Published Date: Sep 08, 2010 02:10 pm | Updated Date: Sep 08, 2010 02:10 pm