2.4-GHz wireless SoC dev kit

March 2006
Portable Design;Mar2006, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p28
This article discusses the advantages of the Programmable Radio-on-a-Chip development kit. This kit is inclusive of the PRoC modules, schematics, source code, flexible development boards, and documentation for the company's PRoC device applications. This mechanism completes the Wireless USB 2.4-GHx radio-on-chip and Programmable System-on-Chip or PSoC. The kit can be used to develop the applications of a single chip including computer peripherals such as small-form-factor wireless keyboards, mice, wireless thermostats with LCD displays, and presenter tools.


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