Software-defined radios, connected PCs and "Radio Free Intel" all played their part in the final keynote speech given at the Intel Developer's Forum in San Francisco.
Pat Gelsinger, Intel's chief technology officer, said that its new "Radio Free Intel" vision takes the idea of a mobile phone on a chip a stage further.
At present mobile phones have hundreds of components, including the baseband processor and power amplifiers.
According to Gelsinger, Intel is looking into software-defined radios in silicon.
This technology is used by the armed forces so that different systems can talk to each other using a number of frequencies and protocols.
Intel hopes to bring the concept into the commercial sector and connect PCs, mobile phones and other devices via software-defined radio.
"When I say 'Radio Free Intel', I mean radios that are integrated into every product," Gelsinger said.
He gave details of research going on in Intel's labs which demonstrated "complete radio technology" on a single chip at 10GHz, based on silicon.
"We are talking about silicon, not gallium-arsenide or silicon-germanium," he said.
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