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2010-04-13 FSK transceivers with PA, LNA cover 2.4-5.8GHz
RF Micro Devices Inc. has introduced the ML2730, a single-chip, fully-integrated FSK transceiver with integrated power amplifier (PA) and low noise amplifier (LNA).
2003-05-16 5.8GHz RF is focused for analog vets
After years of lagging behind on different ventures, Micro Linear Corp will concentrate on 5.8GHz RF products
2008-06-24 ISM-band transceiver integrates power amplifier
RF Micro Devices Inc. has released the industry's first 5.8GHz ISM band transceiver with an integrated power amplifier
2011-03-28 Picocell 4G products improve wireless services delivery
Powerwave rolls 4G devices that improve the delivery of wireless services including an LTE picocell for indoor applications, an active array antenna and a remote radio Head with 65MHz of instantaneous bandwidth
2003-03-17 A look at RF identification technology
Radio frequency identification is an application of radio technologies in automatic identification area
2014-08-05 WattUp takes RF approach to wire-free wearables charging
The RF platform developed by U.S.-based start-up Energous utilises 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz as well as 5.7GHz to 5.8GHz frequencies to power wearable devices and accessories up to 10W
2005-12-09 Shielded RF test chambers are manual or automatic
Designed for making more reliable noise-free RF tests on modules and devices with radio interfaces, test equipment maker Rohde and Schwarz is offering a number of shielded RF test chambers
2007-06-05 Mini-PCI design kit for WiMAX equipment debuts
Wavesat rolls its 5.8GHz Mini-PCI reference design optimized to allow equipment manufacturers to rapidly bring WiMAX equipment to market
2007-04-18 Wireless sol'n offers wire-equivalent sound for home theaters
SST launched an advanced wireless audio solution that offers uncompressed, wire-equivalent sound quality for home theater surround sound and multiroom audio broadcasting found in many home entertainment applications.
2005-05-25 WiMax upheaval on course
Read an update on WiMax broadband access technology.
2005-07-27 WiMAX synthesizer modules from Sirenza streamline design
Sirenza announced the release of the first in a new family of phase-locked loop synthesizer modules, the PLL350-2444, targeting WiMAX (802.16-2004) infrastructure applications.
2007-01-03 WiMAX Forum announces frequency-availability database
The WiMAX Forum's Spectrum and Regulatory Database has been completed and is being made available to help member companies plan their regional product rollouts.
2007-05-25 Voice module receives DECT 6.0 upgrade
SiTel Semiconductor BV has announced the upgrade of their cordless voice module (CVM) with the DECT 6.0 version.
2004-05-19 RF power detector spans incredible 1MHz to 8GHz
Analog Devices, a provider of high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, has unveiled a major breakthrough in RF detection for wireless infrastructure equipment.
2007-11-09 NXP unrolls transistor chip for mobile devices
NXP Semiconductors has introduced the first of a series of silicon-based discrete solutions, with the release of the BFU725F microwave NPN transistor.
2007-01-17 MIMO smart antennas boost .11n throughput
Airgain extends the reach of draft 802.11n wireless devices with its first smart antennas for MIMO devices.
2002-08-27 First-mile wireless critical to optical rebound
Any chance for a return to growth for the optical components industry lies in new applications and technologies in the first mile, said the former chief executive of JDS Uniphase.
2008-08-11 EU sets aside frequencies for car-to-x comms
The EU Commission has reserved an EU-wide frequency band for car-to-x communications applications.
2008-02-07 Cordless phone enters next phase
The VTech 6032 is a handset/base combo built around the newly minted DECT 6.0 cordless standard.
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