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Bluetooth low energy in combo chips
By the way, I just noticed that Dave had posted about the new WiLink 7 four-in-one combo device over on the Mobile Momentum blog: http://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/mobile_momentum/archive/2010/02/09/our-new-wilink-7-solution-it-s-all-four-one-one-four-all.aspx
This is exciting news for all us BLE-ers; in addition to IEEE 802.11n, GPS, FM RX and TX and regular Bluetooth, the WiLink 7 device also supports Bluetooth low energy! When this device appears in smartphones and other mobile devices, it will ensure that single-mode BLE devices have somebody interesting to talk to.
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