Infineon

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Infineon Technologies[edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • ADMtek - First Wi-Fi chip in 2002 (ADM8211 802.11b);
acquired by Infineon in 2004;
  • Infineon - Worked on 802.11abg Wi-Fi chipset with Agere in 2002 (never released)[1];
Infineon acquired WLAN 802.11ab IP cores from NewLogic[2]
spinoff Wi-Fi assets to Lantiq in 2009[3];
  • Lantiq - Started as a spinoff from Infineon in 2009;
currently offering 802.11abgn chipset;
stopped Wi-Fi R&D in 2012? (partnering with Qualcomm Atheros)[4]

This page includes ADMtek pre-acquisition chipsets.

Wireless chipsets[edit]

b[edit]

Chip
(Family)
Radio
chips
Interface PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes Adapters ESystems PDFs
ADM8211 RFMD RF PCI/CB b 2002-09-26
.
20 devices 0
Empty strings are not accepted.
devices

(a)bg[edit]

Chip
(Family)
Radio
chips
Interface PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes Adapters ESystems PDFs
PMB 8789 PMB 8787 PCI/USB/
CB/PCMCIA
abg HERMES II.5 chipset
a dual-band Agere PC Card
0 devices 0
Empty strings are not accepted.
devices
8789 (MAC), 8787 (PHY),
8680 (RF), 8825 (PA)
ADM8262
(WildCard)
Airoha RF PCI/CB abg / bg presumably ADMtek
silicon based on the P/N
0 devices 1
Empty strings are not accepted.
devices
PBrief

SoC[edit]

General Purpose[edit]

Chip Arch. Clock
speed
Cores First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PR / PPage PBrief
ADM5106 ARM7
TDMI
75 MHz 1 2002-05-15 PCI IF, OS ThreadX, eq.
Conexant CX84200-11
8 devices
.
DS
ADM5120 MIPS 4Kc
(Little Endian)
175 MHz 1 2003-02-12 PCI IF, 5x FE PHY, USB 1.1, GMII/MII,
BGA (ADM5120), PQFP (ADM5120P)
18 devices LM Wiki DS
RB133
ADM8668FX MIPS 4Kc 200 MHz 1 2007-08-07 PCI IF, Tecom - MuleAP 2 devices PBrief
WRTU54g

WiSoC[edit]

Chip
(Family)
Radio chips Arch. Clock
speed
PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PDFs
ADM8628 RFMD RF ARM7 TDMI 75 MHz b 2003-05-16
.
12 devices
ADM8668T
(WildPass)
Airoha RF MIPS 4Kc 200 MHz abg / bg 2006-07-12 WLAN MAC/BBP, USB 2.0,
289/352-pin BGA (PCI/IDE)
1 devices LM Wiki
PBrief

xDSL[edit]

  • PSB 50000 series (AMAZON-SE, DANUBE, ARX 100/300)
  • PSB 80000 series (VRX 200/208/220/268/288)
  • See also Lantiq / xDSL

References[edit]

  1. Agere joins with Infineon to make Wi-Fi chips (802.11abg chipset, code named WARP, never released)
  2. Speeding up Wireless LAN Applications Infineon and NewLogic Sign Multi-Technology Cross-Licensing Agreement
  3. the sale of Infineon's WLC division formed Lantiq and presumably included ADMtek assets
    (incl. WildCard (ADM8262) [1] and WildPass (ADM8668) [2])
  4. Qualcomm, Lantiq team on home gateway reference design