TransferJet wireless transfer technique is a great way to exchange data rapidly using a touch-sensitive interface without any external physical connectors. The high speed wireless transfer technology from Toshiba TransferJet is now available with LSI compliant.
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. (TAEC), U.S., the leading corporation in providing breakthrough designs has recently announced the availability of this wireless LSI compliant. Toshiba TransferJet LSI (TC35420) facilitates easy and quick exchange of huge multimedia files among the consumer electronic devices.
"The proliferation of mobile broadband and consumer electronics devices with lots of storage has enabled consumers to take their movies, music and photos anywhere. But moving that content between devices can be a tedious process involving cables or confusing Bluetooth or Wi-Fi configurations," said Andrew Burt, vice president, Analog and Imaging Business Unit, System LSI Group.
Toshiba TransferJet LSI, a single-chip solution supports both digital functionality and RF on a single chip. The component uses a RF-CMOS manufacturing process. The complete solution on a single chip helps reduce design footprint and power consumption.
Burt further added, “TransferJet removes these complications, letting consumers simply place devices next to each other to securely transfer large multimedia files in seconds. Our TransferJet LSI will let OEMs add this functionality to their devices with minimal effect on their device's size or power consumption."
The chip measures 4mm x 4mm x 0.4mm and is priced at US$ 5 each in sample quantities. Toshiba is planning to extend the chip manufacturing line from the second quarter of 2012.
Toshiba is a part of the TransferJet Consortium and will mark its presence at the CES, January 10-13, 2012. The corporation is planning to demonstrate the smartphones, tablets, and laptops using TransferJet LSI at the CES booth (#15112).