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Broadcom’s Car Gambit: 802.11ac/Bluetooth LE Combo IC

9/26/2013 08:00 AM EDT
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krisi   9/26/2013 8:58:39 AM
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Very quick for Broadcom to do this...and high level of integration...but space is a car is not limited, why bother integrating everything in one chip...would it be better to have a flexible architecture that can accomodate future wireless standards? after all the car will be driven for 10, perhaps 20 years

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