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Libertas is the codename for the Marvel 88w838X series of wireless chipsets.

Baseband Processor Product Selection table
Part no. b/g/a Package option CLK Type Interface Feature/Advantage
88W8305 b TQFP 128pin 14x14x1.2 TBGA no option Flip chip Yes 20, 40, 44 CMOS only CF SDIO (SPI) TKIP (firmware) AES (hardware) WPA (firmware) Power Save
88W8381 b TQFP 128pin 14x14x1.2 TBGA 132pin 8x8x1 Flip chip Yes 19.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40, 44 COMS & Low swing sine wave CF SDIO (SPI) 8305 + TKIP (hardware) 802.11e (QoS) 802.11i (Security) BT coex
88W8385 a/b/g TQFP 128pin 14x14x1.2 TBGA 132pin 8x8x1 Flip chip Yes 19.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40, 44 COMS & Low swing sine wave CF SDIO (SPI) Generic SPI 8381 + a/g
88W8388 a/b/g TQFP No TBGA 132pin 8x8x1 Flip chip Yes 19.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40, 44 COMS & Low swing sine wave SDIO (SPI) USB 2.0 8385 + TCP/IP termination NAND Flash I/F Audio Codec I/F


RF transceiver Product Selection table
Part no. b/g/a Package option CLK Type Feature/Advantage
88W8010 b/g QFN 48pin 7x7x1 XFQFN 48pin 6x6x0.5 19.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40, 44 CMOS On chip 2.4GHz PA On chip Rx diversity Tx power@pin = +22dBm@11b, +16dBm@11g
88W8015 b/g QFN 48pin 7x7x1 XFQFN 48pin 6x6x0.5 19.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40 COMS & Low swing sine wave On chip 2.4GHz PA Tx power@pin = +22dBm@11b, +16dBm@11g Enhanced filtering for cellular handsets Low swing sine wave CLK-in
88W8030/8031 a/b/g QFN 56pin 8x8x1 XFQFN 8030 40MHz crystal.2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40, 44 COMS On chip 2.4GHz PA / Need ext.PA for 5GHz Tx power@pin = +22dBm@11b, +16dBm@11g, +0dBm@11a pre-Driver 8030 has internal OSC supply for BBP
88W8035/8036 a/b/g QFN no XFQFN 56pin 7x7x0.5 .2, 20, 26, 38.4, 40 COMS & Low swing sine wave 8036 40MHz crystal Need ext.PA for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Tx power@pin = +0dBm@pre-Driver Enhanced filtering for cellular handsets 8036 has internal OSC supply for BBP Low swing sine wave CLK-in


  • The OLPC utilizes a 88w8388 baseband processor along with a 88w8015 rf transceiver connected via an internal USB interface.


It has now been confirmed that this is still not possible. The firmware loader on the Xbox WLAN module is not the same.--March, 2007



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