SDIO card

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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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," said Ashok Babu, President e-con Systems.
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Building upon the established base of SDIO cards, designers can now add support for new, higher performance functionality by integrating Arasan's SDIO 3.0 Device Controller IP.
The Socket Communications OS Development Partner Program offers Socket WLAN CF and SDIO Cards, embedded modules and value added software to third party developers who produce drivers and other low-level software for a variety of operating systems.
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