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SDIO card

(Secure Digital I/O Card) A version of the SD Memory Card that adds wireless transmission to a handheld device. Introduced in 2001, the first SDIO card on the market was a Bluetooth card. Wi-Fi and ZigBee cards followed. See SD card.
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SparkLAN WSDA-157GN, embedded with Qualcomm Atheros AR6003 chipset, is a mini-sized wireless SDIO module (3x2cm).
A 1- or 4-bit SDIO and SD Interrupt with automatic card detection.
This makes the e-WiB solution as easy as plugging a SDIO card, still offering the flexibility of having an external antenna as per their requirements.
By integrating Arasan's proven SDIO Controller IP core, designers can support different functions on a standard platform based solution with sufficient interface performance to handle the most demanding applications -- today and in the future.
By upgrading the SDIO capabilities, Sprint customers now have more options to help them conduct business while they are on the go, including accessing the high speeds of public Wi-Fi ZONES providing wireless data service at speeds of up to 11 Mbps.
Worden, deputy for technology at SDIO, summarized: "My view is that over the next six months or so we will define a mission that will meet the concerns of the high-energy astrophysics community.
The SDIO statement terms this the "most disappointing chapter" in the report, and says the OTA conclusions on this pointare "primarily based on extrapolation from past experience as opposed to the potential of newer technologies becoming available.
A growing number of wireless modem chipsets are moving to SDIO as the preferred data interface and VUB300 is the ideal solution when, for example, a target system has no spare SDIO ports available.
Arasan continues to expand its SD portfolio with the introduction of the SDIO 3.
This builds on the successful industry-first SDIO WLAN, the WLAN6060SD, from SyChip.
Marquet of SDIO reports that a space-based chemical laser is farthest along, having about 15 years of research and development behind it.