chip set


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chip set

(hardware)
A collection of integrated circuits that are designed to be used together for some specific purpose. E.g. control circuitry in an IBM PC.
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With its 16-channel architecture and 8192 time/frequency search taps, the chip set enables ultra-fast time-to-first-fix figures, higher sensitivity and faster position tracking.
Lucent Technologies has launched a new modem chip set designed to equip Internet appliances, set-top boxes, fax machines and electronic games with fax and data services, such as a capability to download text, audio and graphics at up to 56Kb/s.
Utilizing the PRISM chip set allows us to develop wireless networking solutions that are more reliable, dependable and compatible with other WLAN hardware and software.
The chip set can also operate using batteries at a voltage level as low as 2.