The RS9333 chipset leverages Redpine’s Quali-Fi 802.11ac technology and ThreadArch multi-threaded processor for 1.3Gbps on-air throughput minimizing both form-factor and power-consumption for integration into smartphones and tablets. The SoC offers an advanced 802.11ac feature set encompassing Multi-User MIMO and LDPC.
The chipset offers reconfigurable single-chip simultaneous dual-band capability for configuration on-the-fly through software as either a 3x3 802.11ac solution in 5GHz, or simultaneous 2x2 11ac in 5GHz and 1x1 802.11n in 2.4GHz. The chipset supports BT4.0 in 2.4GHz which coexists optimally with the on-chip 802.11n/ac using coexistence mechanisms.
Based on Redpine’s in-house four-threaded ThreadArch processor the RS9333 achieves high-throughputs and real-time QoS on the concurrently operational 802.11ac, 802.11n and BT4.0 wireless links while keeping a free hardware thread available for offload of Layer-3 and application-specific functions. The chipset provides PCI-e, USB and SDIO3.0 host-interfaces to enable integration into a multitude of systems ranging from smartphones and tablets to high-end enterprise routers.
Form-factor reference designs for RS9333 will be available in Q3, 2012, accompanied by Redpine’s field proven OneBox software framework supporting Station, AP and Wi-Fi Direct links.
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