Wisair announces Wireless USB reference design duo

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Tim Higgins

The Wireless USB PCI Express Mini Card reference design is designed

to be inserted into notebook PCs with compatible PCI Express card slots, enabling wireless connectivity with multiple USB devices within a room and without the need for USB cables.

The Wireless USB hub design, based on Certified Wireless USB, provides four to seven USB ports and includes features such as dual internal antennas fitting into slim enclosures, as well as unique PHY capabilities for extended coverage and link robustness.

David Yaish, Wisair CEO said the company is "collaborating with more than ten leading brands, that are leveraging our technology, for product launches occurring early this year". Yaish said "several" products using Wisair technology would be demonstrated at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show.

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