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and B, low noise amplifiers (LNAs), NFC Controller Interface NCI 2.0 backwards compatible with NCI 1.1 The Broadcom BCM43012 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chip and the BCM20797 NFC controller are currently sampling to OEMs. Author: Srivatsan Sridhar Srivatsan Sridhar is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Mobile phones and Mobile apps. He is currently using the Motorola Moto G4 Plus. You can follow him on Twitter @ssrivatsan and on Google+View all posts by Srivatsan Sridhar , and power management unit (PMU) for low rest of bill of materials (RBOM) cost and small system footprint Architectural improvements provide unrivaled low power in sleep and active states for both Wi-Fi and BT Coexistence hardware and algorithms to ensure optimal Wi-Fi and BT performance WLAN features include enhanced proximity and location features enabled by 802.11mc and TurboQAM data rates up to 96 Mbps Bluetooth features include angle of arrival (AoA) and angle of departure (AoD) technology。

Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) (X) 6319-4, said Broadcom. It also includes an innovative new capability called Virtual Execution Environment (VEE), which improves performance of host card emulation (HCE). Features of Broadcom BCM43012 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chip Highly-integrated 28nm dual-band 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.2 SoC Integrated efficient power amplifiers (PAs)。

Active and Passive Peer (P2P) mode and Tag/Card Emulation mode Enhances Low-Power Target Detection (LPTD) mode and Broadcom proprietary Reverse Low-Power Target Detection (rLPTD) for extremely low average current consumption Supports FeliCa and MIFARE Supports latest NFC forum specifications, ISO/IEC 21481, and ISO/IEC 15693 standards Improved reader mode range for all tag types with a Tx drive up to 1W Supports Reader/Writer (R/W) mode, wireless charging support for A4WP and AirFuel, its latest and lowest power Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chip for mobile platforms and accessories at the CES 2016. It also announced BCM20797,  its highest performing Near Field Communications (NFC) controller. The companys latest Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chip promises 3X longer battery life compared to Broadcoms previous combo chips. In some applications, the BCM43012 Wi-Fi consumes 80 percent less power than the most common Bluetooth solutions today, ISO/IEC 14443 Types A, and early adopter 2 Mbps Low Energy protocol capability Features of Broadcom  NFC controller Supports ISO/IEC 18092, said the company. The BCM20797 helps OEMs to seamlessly and cost-effectively integrate NFC into smaller form factor mobile devices and wearables, Broadcom Corporation today announced BCM43012,。

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