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Texas Instruments Inc.[edit]

Timeline[edit]

Equipment (CPE) business [3], including rights to TI CPE SoCs and some
soon-to-be-obsolete WiSoCs, such as the 3-chip WiSoC chipset based
on Texas Instruments TNETW1350, which became Infineon PSB1350;
Texas Instruments kept the WiLink single-chip Wi-Fi product line.

Currently offering WiLink8, CC3xxx SoC Internet of Things

(low-power 802.11bg SoCs), no current PCIe/USB chipsets.

Wireless chipsets[edit]

b(g)[edit]

Chip RFIC Interface PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes Adapters ESystems PR /
PPage
ACX100 Maxim
MAX2820
PCI b 2002-01-30 aka TNETW1100; chip designed
by Alantro Communications
46 devices 24 devices
TNETWC100K Radiata
R-M11/RF5
PCMCIA
(32 bit)
b 2002-06-27 Cisco Systems label
news wiki
1 devices 0 devices
TNETW1100B Maxim
MAX2820
PCI / USB
/ CB / …
b 2003-03-10 aka ACX101; also 1st gen
targeted for mobile devices
5 devices 1 devices
TNETW1130 Radia
RC2422B
PCI bg 2003-08-11 aka ACX111 58 devices 40 devices
TNETW1230 bg 2005-01-21 2nd Gen, targeted
for mobile devices
0 devices 2 devices
.
TNETW1350A TNETW3422 +
TNETW3426 / TNETW3427 / TNETW3428
bg 2005-12-09 ref [4]; sometimes seen as PTNETW1350A
(note P prefix); requires two RFICs!;
also 802.11a in theory (no RFIC available);
used with TNETD7200 SoC
3 devices 35 devices
TNETW1450 TNETW3422 +
TNETW3426
USB 2.0 bg 2005-04-12 USB; requires two RFICs! 9 devices 0 devices PD

Note: most of the 802.11b TI chipsets support a speed of 22Mbps (sometimes called 802.11b+
or PBCC-22; it is not OFDM), twice the speed of 802.11b standard, see List of Wi-Fi Protocols.

Mobile / SDIO[edit]

WiLink series[edit]

Chipset Chips Interface PHY
modes
First seen
(FCC)
Notes Adapters ESystems PR /
PPage
1st Gen. TNETW1100B PCI / USB
/ CB / …
b 2003-03-10 1st Gen, also targeted
for mobile devices
5 devices 1 devices
2nd Gen. TNETW1230 b 2005-01-21 2nd Gen, also targeted
for mobile devices
0 devices 2 devices
3rd Gen. TNETW1250
(MAC/BB/ADC/DAC)
+ TNETW3422M (RFIC)
b (2004) 2-chip solution 0 devices 0 devices PDF
PR
WiLink 4 TNETW1251 (WL1251
+ WL1251FE RFPA)
bg (2005) "single-chip" (if you don't
look too closely) 90nm CMOS
0 devices 0 devices PR
SG
WiLink 4 TNETW1253 (WL1253
+ WL1251FE RFPA
+ WL1253FE RFPA)
abg 0 devices 0 devices
WiLink 5 WL1251/3 + RFPA +
BRF6300 / BRF6350
abg (2006) "2-chip solution":
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM, 90nm
0 devices 0 devices PR
WiLink 6 WL1271 / WL1273 (L) abgn 2011-09-07 (2007) Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM, 65nm,
"L" suffix denotes BLE support
2 devices 1 devices PR
TI Wiki
WiLink 7 WL1281 (bgn) /
WL1283 (abgn)
abgn 2013-06-19 (2010) 802.11 abgn, GPS,
BT + BLE, FM RX + TX, 65nm
0 devices 3 devices PDF
PR
WiLink 8 WL18xx
WL1897/WL1877/WL1857
/WL1837/WL1807
WL1893/WL1873/WL1853
/WL1833/WL1803
WL1891/WL1871/WL1851
/WL1831/WL1801
abgn (2012) 802.11 abgn, 2x2 MIMO,
GNSS (GPS + GLONASS), NFC,
BT + BLE, FM RX + TX, 45nm
0 devices 0 devices PR
TI Wiki

SoC[edit]

IoT[edit]

2013+:

  • CC3100 - b/g/n, IoT, SPI/UART, requires external microcontroller
  • CC3200 - b/g/n, IoT, WiSoC (internal microcontroller available for application)
  • CC3300 - b/g, IoT, obsolete

Network[edit]

Chip WLAN Arch. Clock
speed
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PR /
PPage
TNETV1060 TNETW1130 MIPS 4Kc 166 MHz 2004-03-19 analog phone gateway 3 devices
.
TNETV1061 MIPS 4Kc 166 MHz 2009-10-21 WiMAX CPE 1 devices
.
TNETW5305 ACX100 MIPS 4Kc 2003-03-26 access point 3 devices
.
TNETW5306 TNETW1130 MIPS 4Kc 2004-10-20 access point (Brecis MSP2007 ?)
OS: WxWorks, ThreadX
4 devices
.
TMS320DM TNETW1130 DaVinci 2005-10-25 camera, access point 4 devices
.

xDSL[edit]

Chip WLAN Arch. Clock
speed
Max. DSL
capability
First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PR /
PPage
TNETD7100 TNETW1350 ADSL2+ PSB7100ZDW xDSL 2 devices
.
TNETD7200 TNETW1350 MIPS 4KEc 212 MHz ADSL2+ 2005-12-09 OpenWRT Wiki 24 devices
.
TNETD7300 TNETW1230 MIPS 4KEc 150 MHz ADSL2+ 2003-12-31 OpenWRT Wiki 11 devices
.
TNETD7300A TNETW1130 MIPS 4KEc 160 MHz ADSL2+ 2003-12-31 OpenWRT Wiki 17 devices
.
TNETD7301 TNETW1130 MIPS 4KEc ADSL2+ 2004-07-15 OpenWRT Wiki 1 devices
.
TNETD7531 360 MHz ADSL2+ May be 1 devices
.

Cable Modem[edit]

Chip Arch. Clock
speed
Cores DOCSIS First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PR /
PPage
TNETC4400
(TNETC4401)
MIPS 100 MHz 1 1.1 2002-11-01 Puma Family 1 devices
.
TNETC4600
(TNETC4602)
ARM 200 MHz 1 2.0 2008-12-11 Puma 3 Family 7 devices Blog
.
TNETC4700
(TNETC4710)
ARM 200 MHz 1 2.0 Puma 4 Family 0 devices Blog
.
TNETC4800
(TNETC4810)
ARMv6
(ARMv6TEJ)
400 MHz 1 3.0 2010-05-07 Puma 5 Family (EMTA) 3 devices TI P5
PBrief
TNETC4830 ARMv6
(ARMv6TEJ)
400 MHz 1 3.0 2009-11-26 Puma 5 Family (Cable Modem) 9 devices TI P5
PBrief
Puma 3, 4 and 5 Family

Puma 3 - DOCSIS 2.0 Data Modem Solutions
Comprised of high-performance cable modem chips and chipsets, the Puma 3 family is targeted at data-centric
applications. The family offers a range of peripheral interfaces on-chip for added functionality.
  • TNETC4600/TNETC4602 – High-performance DOCSIS 2.0 data modem chips with the processing power for a variety
of gateway applications. High-level integration reduces bill of materials (BOM) costs.
  • TNETC430/TNETC436 – A reference design incorporating the TNETC460x integrated cable modem devices,
the TNETC430 and TNETC436 accelerate time-to-market and reduces development risks.

Puma 4 - DOCSIS 2.0 Voice and Data Gateway Modem Solutions

Optimized for high-quality voice services and data gateway applications, the Puma 4
DOCSIS 2.0 voice/data devices have a flexible and extensible architecture.
With DSP and RISC cores, Puma 4 devices have the horsepower and the voice-processing capabilities for advanced
VoIP features that differentiate equipment manufacturers and service providers in the VoCable marketplace.
Many cable operators require battery backup for voice services to ensure emergency
communication service in the event of a power outage.
The TNETC4700 Puma 4 device integrates battery control and charge monitoring functionality on-chip, eliminating
the need for a discrete controller and reducing the system's bill of materials cost substantially.
  • TNETC4700/4710 – Voice-over-cable modem provides robust integration of all functionality
for an embedded multimedia terminal adapter (EMTA).
  • TNETC540– A reference design for fast time-to-market, the TNETC540 incorporates
the TNETC4700/4710 and supports high-speed data transfers.

The Puma 5 Family:

Puma 5 chipsets include: TNETC4800 for EMTA applications, TNETC4810 for cost-sensitive EMTA applications,
TNETC4820 for advanced STB and multimedia applications, TNETC4830 for optimized data cable modem applications,
TNETC4840 for data and video applications
  • TNETC4800 – Full functionality for embedded multimedia terminal applications (EMTA),
including high-quality voice services and battery backup functionality.
  • TNETC4810 – Full functionality for EMTA applications, including high-quality voice
and without battery backup capabilities.
  • TNETC4830 – High-speed data-centric cable modem applications.
See also: Intel Puma

Mobile Computing[edit]

Chip Arch. Clock
speed
Cores DSP GPU First seen
(FCC)
Notes ESystems PR /
PPage
OMAPV1030 ARM
ARM926EJ-S
200 MHz 1 . 2007-08-13 EDGE digital baseband,
used with OMAP850 ??
1 devices PBrief
OMAP1510 ARM
ARM925T
168 MHz 1 C55x . 130 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP161x ARM
ARM926EJ-S
204 MHz 1 C55x . 130 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP162x ARM
ARM926EJ-S
204 MHz 1 C55x . 2 MB internal SRAM,
130 nm technology
0 devices
OMAP1710 ARM
926EJ-S
220 MHz 1 C55x . 2006-03-30 low-voltage,
90 nm technology
1 devices
OMAP2420 ARM
1136
330 MHz 1 C55x
220 MHz
PowerVR
MBX
2007-08-21 90 nm technology 1 devices
OMAP2430 ARM
1136
330 MHz 1 C64x
220 MHz
PowerVR
MBX lite
90 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP2431 ARM
1136
330 MHz 1 C64x
220 MHz
. 90 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP3410 / OMAP3420 / OMAP3430 ARM
Cortex A8
600 MHz 2 TMS320
C64x+
PowerVR
SGX530
65 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP3440 ARM
Cortex A8
800 MHz 2 TMS320
C64x+
PowerVR
SGX530
65 nm technology 0 devices
OMAP4430 ARM
Cortex A9
1.0 / 1.2
GHz
2 IVA Ducati
Cortex-M3
266 MHz
PowerVR
SGX540
365 MHz
2011-09-07 LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel,
7.4GB/s, 45 nm technology
2 devices PPage
OMAP4460 ARM
Cortex A9
1.2 / 1.5
GHz
2 IVA Ducati
Cortex-M3
266 MHz
PowerVR
SGX540
384 MHz
LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel,
7.4GB/s, 45 nm technology
0 devices PPage
OMAP4470 ARM
Cortex A9
1.3 / 1.5
GHz
2 IVA Ducati
Cortex-M3
266 MHz
PowerVR
SGX544
384 MHz
Vivante
GC320
2014-04-08 LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel,
7.4GB/s, 45 nm technology
Spec. RuggON PA-301
1 devices PPage
OMAP5430 ARM
Cortex A15
1.5 / 1.7
GHz
2 IVA Dual
Cortex-M4
266 MHz
2x PowerVR
SGX544MP
532 MHz
3x USB 2.0,1x USB 3.0,SATA 2.0
LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel,
8.5GB/s, 28 nm technology
0 devices
OMAP5432 ARM
Cortex A15
1.5 / 1.7
GHz
2 IVA Dual
Cortex-M4
266 MHz
2x PowerVR
SGX544MP
532 MHz
3x USB 2.0,1x USB 3.0,SATA 2.0
DDR3 32-bit dual-channel,
8.5GB/s, 28 nm technology
0 devices

OMAP series

OMAP chipsets
  • OMAP1510 - 168 MHz ARM925T (TI-enhanced) + C55x DSP
OMAP5910 - catalog availability version of OMAP 1510
  • OMAP161x - 204 MHz ARM926EJ-S + C55x DSP, 130 nm technology
  • OMAP162x - 204 MHz ARM926EJ-S + C55x DSP + 2 MB internal SRAM, 130 nm technology
OMAP5912 - catalog availability version of OMAP1621 (or OMAP1611b in older versions)
  • OMAP171x - 220 MHz ARM926EJ-S + C55x DSP, low-voltage 90 nm technology

--

  • OMAP2420 - 330 MHz ARM1136 + 220 MHz C55x DSP + PowerVR MBX GPU, 90 nm technology
  • OMAP2430 - 330 MHz ARM1136 + 220 MHz C64x DSP + PowerVR MBX lite GPU, 90 nm technology
  • OMAP2431 - 330 MHz ARM1136 + 220 MHz C64x DSP

--

  • OMAP3410
  • OMAP3420 600 PowerVR SGX530 GPU, TMS320C64x+ DSP
  • OMAP3430
  • OMAP3440 800 65 nm OMAP34x

--

  • OMAP4430 45 nm Cortex-A9 2 core 1–1.2GHz PowerVR SGX540 @304–365MHz
"Ducati":dual Cortex-M3 @266MHz LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel Q1 2011
  • OMAP4460 45 nm Cortex-A9 2 core 1.2–1.5GHz PowerVR SGX540 @307–384MHz
"Ducati":dual Cortex-M3 @266MHz LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel Q4 2011
  • OMAP4460 45 nm Cortex-A9 2 core 1.3–1.5GHz PowerVR SGX544 @277–384MHz
+ Vivante GC320 IVA, "Ducati":dual Cortex-M3 @266MHz LPDDR2 Q2 2012
LPDDR2 32-bit dual-channel 7.4GB/s

--

  • OMAP5430 28 nm Cortex-A15 2 core 1.5–1.7GHz PowerVR SGX544MP @532MHz
dual Cortex-M4 @532MHz 32-bit 532MHz LPDDR2 (8.5GB/sec) Q2 2013
  • OMAP5432 28 nm Cortex-A15 2 core 1.5–1.7GHz PowerVR SGX544MP @532MHz
dual Cortex-M4 @532MHz DDR3 32-bit dual-channel (8.5GB/sec) Q2 2013
  • dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU with two additional Cortex-M4 cores,
two PowerVR SGX544MP graphics cores, TI 2D BitBlt graphics accelerator
also includes 3x USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 OTG port, SATA 2.0 controller

Integrated modem and applications processors

  • These are marketed only to handset manufacturers. Many of the newer
versions are highly integrated for use in very low cost cell phones.
  • OMAPV1035 - single-chip EDGE (was discontinued in 2009)
  • OMAPV1030 - EDGE digital baseband + OMAP850 ??
  • OMAP850 - 200 MHz ARM926EJ-S + GSM/GPRS digital baseband + stacked EDGE co-processor
  • OMAP750 - 200 MHz ARM926EJ-S + GSM/GPRS digital baseband + DDR Memory support
  • OMAP733 - 200 MHz ARM926EJ-S + GSM/GPRS digital baseband + stacked SDRAM
  • OMAP730 - 200 MHz ARM926EJ-S + GSM/GPRS digital baseband + SDRAM Memory support
  • OMAP710 - 133 MHz ARM925 + GSM/GPRS digital baseband

AR5/AR7 series

AR5/AR7/UR8 (TNET/D) chipsets
  • AR5

The early AR5 was a multi-chip ADSL solution.

  • TNET4310 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNET4320 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNET4400 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNETD5301 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNETD5310 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNETD5320 MIPS32 4Kc
  • TNETW5305 (used with ACX100) ??
  • TNETW5306 (used with TNETW1130) ??

Devices:

--

  • AR7
The TI AR7 is the fully integrated single-chip ADSL CPE access router solution.
The AR7 combines a MIPS32 processor, a DSP-based digital transceiver,
and an ADSL analog front end.
  • TNETD7200 (used with TNETW1350)
  • TNETD7300 (used with TNETW1230)
  • TNETD7300A (used with TNETW1130)
  • TNETD7301 (used with TNETW1130)

Features:

Integrated high performance MIPS 4KEc 32-Bit RISC processor
ADSL PHY subsystem based on TI C62x DSP, with integrated
transceiver, codec, line driver, and line receiver

Options:

  • AR7DB
  • AR7RD
  • AR7WRD (TNETD7300GDU) is an AR7 option with a interface for WiFi card.
  • AR7VWI : DSL + VoIP + Wireless
  • AR7VW
  • AR7WI
  • AR7V : DSL + VoIP
TI does not provide detailed technical documentation for this SoC.
Some details are known from the GPL-ed Linux sources.
Another source is a TI OMAP and DaVinci documentation.
It seems, AR7 SoC peripherials is very close to the OMAP16xx and
OMAP730 application processors , but MIPS instead ARM9-based.

--

  • UR8
UR8 is integrated DSL/VoIP chipset. It combines MIPS 4KEc, C62x DSP
(for DSL functions) and C55x DSP (for VoIP)
  • TNETD7531 @360MHz ??
MIPS CPU and C62x DSP operates at 360MHz and the C55x DSP at 180MHz

See also

Acquisitions[edit]

Alantro Communications[edit]

acquired by Texas Instruments in 2000;
  • ACX100 - 802.11b MAC/BB chip in 2000

Radia Communications[edit]

worked on RFIC/PA chips for 802.11 and other wireless standards;
acquired by Texas Instruments in 2003.
  • RC1212, RC1222, RC1223 - (became TI TRF12xx family)
  • RC2326 - Radio Frequency Frontend (RFFE)
  • RC2422 - RFIC
  • RC2422B - RFIC
  • RC2522 - PA
  • RC2522M - PA (TI TNETW2522M)
  • RC2621 - 1W RFPA (targeted towards 802.11g)

External Links[edit]

References[edit]