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Oct 11,  · Solutions: 1. Stories: 0. Registered: Re:TL-PA and TL-PASolution. – last edited yes, you can do that. about how to pair them, you can do this, pair A and B first. Then pair B or A with C. last C or A or B and D. Each time pair two devices. TP-LINK’s TL-PA power line adapter takes advantage of your home’s existing electrical wires to transfer data while simultaneously transferring traditional power. That means, with no additional wiring required, users can simply plug the TL-PA into existing power sockets and instantly establish a networking infrastructure/5(33). Published Date: Language: English. File Size: KB. Notes: For TL-PA (US)_V1. To Use Third Party Firmware In TP-Link Products. Some official firmware of TP-Link products can be replaced by the third party firmware such as DD-WRT.

 

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With its new ultra-compact housing design, TL-PA is much smaller than TP-LINK’s legacy AV powerline products. At just mm thick, it nearly blends completely in front of any power outlet. Pair Button for Easy Network Security. TP-LINK’s TL-PA power line adapter takes advantage of your home’s existing electrical wires to transfer data while simultaneously transferring traditional power. That means, with no additional wiring required, users can simply plug the TL-PA into existing power sockets and instantly establish a networking infrastructure/5(33). Oct 11,  · Solutions: 1. Stories: 0. Registered: Re:TL-PA and TL-PASolution. – last edited yes, you can do that. about how to pair them, you can do this, pair A and B first. Then pair B or A with C. last C or A or B and D. Each time pair two devices.
 
 
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AMD Returns to Mobile Chip Market?

Today it became known that AMD plans to acquire Alchemy Semiconductor to use its developments for MIPS processor architecture, which it could oppose Intel with its expected Xscale chips. However, in this case, AMD will face intense rivalry with many other companies involved in MIPS architecture, such as IDT, NEC, PMC-Sierra and Toshiba.

Alchemy Semiconductor is a fairly young company (founded in 1999), which recently began shipping embedded processors based on the Au1000 core, dissipating only about 1 W at a clock frequency of 500 MHz. Thanks to a very good performance / power consumption ratio, Alchemy processors occupy an intermediate position between the middle and older models in this segment – exactly where Intel is aiming with its Xscale.

If the deal goes well, AMD will return to the embedded microprocessor market from where it left in the mid-1990s, halting the development of RISC microprocessors based on the Am29000. It was then that Intel acquired the successful StrongARM, which came to it along with all the other goodness when purchasing the legendary Digital Equipment Corp.

There is some irony in the current situation – it was Alchemy founders Rich Witek and Greg Hoeppner who were the leading developers of StrongARM at Digital Equipment. Weiteck and Hoppner refused to go to work for Intel and founded their company with the support of Cadence Design Systems. In May 2000, Alchemy gained independence from Cadence, thanks to investments from Austin Ventures and Telos Ventures. Now, perhaps, they will be able to take part in the competition with Intel.

True, Alchemy, despite numerous awards for the Au1000, has not been doing well lately due to the fact that attempts to find investors have ended in failure. The company’s throwing from side to side and internal discord, due to which part of the leadership was replaced, as well as the reduction of personnel by 10%, could not benefit it in any way.

Current CEO Jim Moore, formerly at Crossroads Systems, declined to comment on a pending acquisition or investment. “Yes, we are in an awkward position because our company is not yet profitable. But as long as our products are the best, we are doing well, “he said.

AMD also declined to comment on Alchemy acquisition opportunities. We can only assume that AMD would not refuse to return to the embedded processor market, which, with the current growth rate of demand for PDA, cell phones, web tablets and other mobile devices, promises all its participants tempting prospects.

Source: EE Times

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