The chip is implemented in standard digital.13 micron CMOS and a low-cost
6×6 mm QFN package. The need for external flash memory is eliminated by integrated SRAM and there is no need for external Balun and matching network components. The AR3011 also supports 2 , 3 and 4-wire TDM co-existence.
Other features include a USB 2.0 device interface, dual 1.2V voltage regulators, integrated 32-bit CPU, and integrated RAM. Software support includes Microsoft Windows Vista and includes a "rich" set of additional Bluetooth profiles and software.
The AR3011 will be available in the first quarter. Pricing was not given.