The chip is implemented in standard digital .13 micron CMOS and a low-cost 6x6 mm QFN package. The need for external flash memory is eliminated by integrated SRAM and there is no need for external Balun and matching network components. The AR3011 also supports 2 , 3 and 4-wire TDM co-existence.
Other features include a USB 2.0 device interface, dual 1.2V voltage regulators, integrated 32-bit CPU, and integrated RAM. Software support includes Microsoft Windows Vista and includes a "rich" set of additional Bluetooth profiles and software.
The AR3011 will be available in the first quarter. Pricing was not given.
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