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TI's Wanda presented
Posted on 18-Mar-2003 21:31 | Filed under: News


TI's Wanda presented
  • Application processing is handled by the OMAP1510, an ARM925 and TMS320C55x DSP.
  • Bluetooth connectivity is provided by TI's BRF6100 single-chip device that integrates digital RF and Bluetooth baseband on one chip.
  • The TNETW1100B is TIs single-chip MAC and baseband processor for 802.11b.
  • The TCS2100 GSM/GPRS digital and analog baseband, power management and software protocol stack for voice/data.

    But, this is not a product, yet! It's a concept design, which means a manufacturer will have to embrace the project and actually make it. This device may never come out to the market.

    The page lists this benefits of this design:

  • First, with a complete reference concept design like WANDA, OEMs/ODMs can save months in the development cycle and deliver products to market faster. Manufacturers can also create multiple designs from the same platform to reach different market segments due to the modular design. This modular approach also which reduces parts count up to 25% compared to other Pocket PC wireless PDAs.
  • Network operators can also benefit from the modular design as products can be tailored at both enterprise users and consumers. The tri-wireless capabilities and Pocket PC OS provides for deployment of new applications like instant voice messaging, picture sharing, simulataneous GSM voice calls and internet browsing. These elements -- tri-wireless cababilities combined with new applications -- contribute to a higher average revenue per use (ARPU).
  • For end-users, WANDA's wireless integration of data-centric and voice-centric capabilities into one device provides higher levels of utility in a sleek form factor. In addition, end users will enjoy higher performance while maintaining low power consumption for extended battery life due to DSP-accelerated multimedia functions on the OMAP1510.









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