Broadcom plans to bring Wi-Fi IEEE stanrad 802.11ac for smartphones and other mobile devices starting early next year. Through the chipset that was introduced on Tuesday (7/24/2012) yesterday, the company claims can deliver speeds of about 400Mbps. But in general use, the speed is 300Mbps range. Indeed 802.11ac standard is claimed to speed up brings over gigabite 1000Mbps or the unit, but for mobile devices is rumored not to scale.
802.11ac standard is the 5th generation Wi-Fi. These standards are designed able to bring 3 to 4 times the capacity of the 802.11n standard. This new standard has not received official permission, and Wi-Fi Alliance will start giving certificates to target the early quarter of 2013.
According to Michael Hurlston, senior vice president and general manager of Broadcom, the chip is targeted based 11ac already on the market early next year. He said that the chipset is likely to be using 50% premium component of 802.11n. 802.11ac standards are also more power efficient than the previous standard 6x.
BCM4335 chipset which will come on the radio 802.11ac and compatible with 802.11n and 802.11g standards, plus Bluetooth and FM radio.