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Atmel Corporation[edit]

Currently offers Internet of Things low-power 802.11b/g/n SoCs, no current PCIe/USB/SDIO chipsets.

Early chipsets (AT76C series)[edit]

Chips used Interface PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes Adapters ESystems External
links
AT76C501 b 802.11b MAC
AT76C501 [1]
0 devices 0 devices
.
AT76C502 PCMCIA
(16-bit)
b 2002-01-25 PCMCIA 16 bit;
Linux: Atmel_cs
37 devices 13 devices
.
AT76C503 USB b 2001-02-19 USB interface;
Linux: At76c50x-usb
123 devices 0 devices
.
AT76C504 Compact
Flash
b 2004-10-22 CompactFlash interface;
Linux: Atmel_cs
1 devices 0 devices
.
AT76C505 USB b 2002-12-09 USB interface;
Linux: At76c50x-usb
19 devices 1 devices
.
AT76C506 PCI b 2002-09-20 PCI interface;
Linux: Atmel_pci
1 devices 0 devices
.
AT76C507 b 0 devices 0 devices
.
AT76C510 b 2000-10-27 WiSoC
AT76C510
0 devices 31 devices
.
AT76C901 b 2004-07-02 WiSoC; Wireless
VoIP Processor
0 devices 1 devices PBrief
.
AT76C902 abg WiSoC; Wireless
VoIP Processor
0 devices 0 devices PBrief
.

Late chipsets (2013+)[edit]

  • After a hiatus of nearly 10 years, Atmel acquired two Wi-Fi chipset companies
    (Ozmo Devices and Newport Media) and started offering Wi-Fi chipsets again:
Chip Interface PHY
modes
MIMO
config
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems External
links
ATOZMO2000 SPI abg (2013) WiSoC 802.11abg
with SPI interface
(+audio codec)
0 devices
ATOZMO3000 SPI abg (2013) WiSoC 802.11abg
with SPI interface
0 devices
ATWILC1000 UART/SPI bgn 1x1:1 (2014) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
IoT, UART/SPI
0 devices
ATWINC1500 UART/SPI bgn 1x1:1 (2014) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
IoT, UART/SPI
1 devices
WILC3000 BT 4.0 bgn 1x1:1 (2015) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
IoT, Bluetooth 4.0
0 devices
WINC3400 BT 4.0 bgn 1x1:1 (2015) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
IoT, Bluetooth 4.0,
with embedded MCU
0 devices PR
ATSAMW23 bgn 1x1:1 (2013) . 0 devices
.

Ozmo Devices[edit]

Acquired by Atmel in 2012.
ozmodevices.com website (archive.org)
hstream.com website (archive.org)
Chip Interface PHY
modes
MIMO
config
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems External
links
OZMO1000 bg 2009 WiSoC 802.11bg,
targeted for audio
applications
0 devices
OZMO2000 abg 2010 WiSoC 802.11abg,
requires RFaxis RFX5000
for 5GHz operation
0 devices [1] [2]

Newport Media[edit]

nmisemi.com archived website
Chip Interface PHY
modes
MIMO
config
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems External
links
NMC1000 bgn 1x1:1 (2014) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
tiny 2.5mm^2 chip
0 devices
NMC1500 bgn 1x1:1 (2014) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
IoT
0 devices
NMC3000 bgn 1x1:1 (2014) WiSoC 802.11bgn,
Bluetooth+BLE, FM RX
0 devices

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Atmel Homes In On WLAN Market Through 802.11 MAC Release