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Looking for a 802.11g Chips, suggestions?

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ahmad_abdulghany

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Hello,
I'm looking for the back-end parts of the 802.11g standard components all on single chip, i.e. one for the Tx and another for the Rx.

I mean that it contains all parts of Tx excluding the PA and antenna, and the other chip contains all parts of Rx excluding the LNA and antenna. That's to simplify the implementation of a TRx system on the descrite level, as at that high frequency, design of Mixers and oscillator may be much difficult and time consuming.

I want also names of LNA and PA chips that work in that standard.

Can you suggest name(s) of chip(s) that do one or more of the above tasks?

Thanks,
Ahmad,
 

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Any other manufacture than Maxim. I think conexant is also making such chips. But don't know whether they are issuing samples.

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