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Monday, February 05, 2007
NXP Introduces Mobile Platform to Deliver Bluetooth and Wireless LAN Connectivity


NXP Semiconductors, formerly Philips Semiconductors, today announced a system solution enabling mobile users to simultaneously take advantage of handsets? Bluetooth and Wireless LAN (WLAN) capabilities.

The NXP Nexperia cellular system solution 5210, incorporating an unlicensed mobile access (UMA) software stack from Kineto Wireless, allows devices to be used at home over fixed-line broadband networks and while on the go via a cellular network. The simultaneous usage of Bluetooth and WLAN enables these calls to be made using a Bluetooth headset.

To overcome the challenges of operating WLAN and Bluetooth in the same frequency band and physical co-location without degrading data throughput or voice/audio quality, NXP has integrated a complex set of coexistence algorithms into the 5210?s baseband, its low-power BGW211 WLAN and Bluetooth solutions. This enables both connectivity functions to operate simultaneously without interference while delivering a compelling end-user experience. Additional algorithms have been added specifically for voice applications, ensuring crystal clear communications when using a Bluetooth headset.

The solution requires no additional setup by the consumer. UMA-enabled devices switch seamlessly between cellular networks and Wi-Fi hotspots, automatically detecting the fastest and most cost-effective network ? reducing phone bills and increasing network coverage. UMA is particularly attractive to business users, with Wi-Fi use in offices, airports and hotels growing exponentially, offering substantial savings in mobile bills.

Handsets based on NXP Nexperia cellular system solution 5210 are already on the market. The UMA/Bluetooth enhanced platform will be available in the first half of 2007. A demo will be available at the NXP booth at 3GSM ? Hall 8, booth #110.


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