Automotive-qualified stand-alone Wi-Fi chipset

  • 11-Jun-2011 02:21 EDT

Broadening CSR’s offerings for connected car platforms, the CSR6000 is the world’s first fully automotive-qualified stand-alone Wi-Fi solution, claims the company. The chipset offers customers a low-risk and cost-effective way to add Wi-Fi to existing automotive designs. Pre-integrated and validated on CSR’s automotive grade SiRFprima reference platform, the device is also designed for easy integration into customers’ preferred host application processor platforms. Designed specifically for this market, the CSR6000 provides high-radio-frequency performance across the automotive temperature range and a quad flat no-lead (QFN) package facilitating chip on-board designs. CSR also offers a Wi-Fi software suite supporting all major automotive operating systems.

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