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January 9, 2007

WUSB (wireless USB) chipset supports Linux-based devices

Filed under: linux — tuxicity @ 8:30 am

Alereon is shipping a wireless USB (WUSB) chip targeting mobile devices and PC peripherals. The AL4300 is available with Linux drivers, and is said to be the first WUSB chip to integrate the host interface, MAC (media access controller), and baseband processor into a single chip.

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