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6/7/2011 04:12 PM EDT
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Luis Sanchez   6/28/2011 9:04:53 PM
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Very interesting to read about the historic adoption of Bluetooth and Wifi. Impressive to hear about TI's four radio solution. I wonder if the chip is expensive? however, I bet using this single chip has a definitive advantage over using a chip for each of the radios. so it was... GPS, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and FM? nice. Will we ever see Baseband integration or is that too much to ask for?

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