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The wireless card assembly is composed of a Mini PCI-E wireless card and an interconnect board where the cable from the motherboard is connected.
On the back side of the interconnect board we found a Nordic Semiconductor NRF24LU1P transceiver.
This chip is most likely used to decode signals received from the awesome QWERTY wireless remote.
We recently found the same chip in the Boxee's direct competitor, the Logitech Revue.
The Mini PCI-E wireless card employs a Broadcom BCM4319XKUBG.
An remote control antenna is printed into the interconnect board right below the Mini PCI-E socket. This is positioned near the top of the device when it is assembled to aid in remote control reception.
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