Redpine Signals

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Redpine Signals
Type Public
Industry Semiconductor, wireless
Founded 2001 (2001)
Headquarters San Jose, California, United States
Key people Venkat Mattela, CEO
Employees 215
Website Redpine Signals

Redpine Signals is a fabless semiconductor company that started its operation in 2001.[1] The company makes chipsets and system level products for wireless networks.[2] It serves the 802.11 wireless market, enabling all volume levels of chipsets and modules.[3]

In 2005, Redpine Signals developed a low power 802.11 b/g chipset, which it licensed to a semiconductor company for use in its product or SoC as a wireless interface.[3] The company established a single stream 802.11n Wi-Fi product in 2007 for handheld devices.[3] In 2012, Redpine Signals developed a simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi 11n/BT 4.0 + 5 GHz MIMO 11ac convergence SoC for smartphones and tablets.[4] The company also introduced a simultaneous dual-band 450 Mbit/s 3x3 802.11n chipset for digital home and enterprise applications.[3]

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Redpine Signals' products include single stream 802.11abgn chipsets and modules, and system products for Wi-Fi based Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS).[5][6] The company also offers 'Wi-Fi Starter Kits' that include Redpine Wi-Fi Interface cards integrated with microcontroller development kits from partnership companies.[7]

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