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2003-05-12 WLAN chipset shipments to increase by 80 percent in '03
About 35 million units of 802.11 chipsets (including all 11x variants) will be sold this year, according to the report "Emerging IC Markets" from IC Insights Inc
2002-05-07 Linear Tech RF chipset operates down to 1.8V
Linear Technology Corp.'s 1.8GHz to 2.7GHz RF transceiver chipset operates from 1.8V to 5.25V, and suitable for use in 802.11b-compliant and non-compliant 802.11 systems in the 2.4GHz ISM band.
2005-01-27 WLAN chipset designed specifically to handle video challenges
Using a proprietary technology, ViXS was able to take in two signals from the same stream, combine them in the PHY and increase the amplitude of the signal.
2005-12-02 Wi-Fi chipset sales to reach 120 million units in 2005
Wi-Fi technology has seen its annual unit sales grow to more than 100 million chipsets in six years, according to new data released by In-Stat and the Wi-Fi Alliance.
2004-10-28 Veriwave automates 802.11 conformance tests
VeriWave is rolling out what it says is the industry's first automated conformance tests for IEEE-802.11 APs and clients
2007-10-16 VDSL2/ADSL2+ chipset suits triple-play apps
The 5411/5120 chipset from Thomson enables simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity while serving triple-play applications such as broadband Internet, TV and telephone
2006-12-12 Qualcomm unveils 'first' 802.11n draft 2.0 chipset
Simultaneous with the announcement of its acquisition of Airgo Networks, Qualcomm unveils the first chipset to offer full support for Draft 2.0 of the IEEE 802.11n standard
2005-06-09 IEEE-802.11 mini-PCI wireless cards span longer distances
Ubiquiti Networks is shipping two products: its SR2 (Super Range 2) IEEE-802.11b/g-compatible mini-PCI card, and its SR5 (Super Range 5) IEEE-802.11a-compatible mini-PCI card
2000-05-03 Designing 802.11-compliant digital spread spectrum applications
This paper presents a 802.11-compliant transceiver chipset designed for Digital Spread Spectrum communication in the 2.4GHz ISM band. The chipset utilizes a single conversion architecture to optimize the system performance/cost tradeoff and supports multiple modulation schemes, including BPSK, QPSK, FSK and CCK.
2008-03-27 Cisco certifies Ralink's 802.11n chipset
Ralink Technology announced that its 802.11n RT2800PD chipset has been granted the Cisco Compatible Extension V 4 (CCXv4) certification
2002-03-14 Atheros WLAN chipset ready for upcoming .11g spec
Atheros Communications is sampling a WLAN chipset that supports both IEEE 802.11a and .11b WLAN standards and is capable of supporting the 802.11g specification once it is finalized later this year
2002-11-06 AMD samples 802.11b chipset, reference design kit
Advanced Micro Devices' Alchemy Solutions Am1772 is the company's first bold step into the wireless market.
2003-04-16 Agere rolls multimode WLAN chipset
Agere Systems recently launched a chipset compatible with the 802.11a, b, and g standards
2002-01-11 LinCom boards bandwagon for dual-mode 802.11
LinCom Wireless Inc. is the latest in a growing list of wireless chip vendors vying to deliver IEEE 802.11a and 802.11b combo solutions later this year.
2004-05-14 Atheros chipset supports Colubris Wi-Fi voice apps
Colubris Networks has integrated the AR5001X+ chipset from WLAN developer Atheros Communications Inc. into its CN1220 and CN1250 802.11a/b/g enterprise-class access points
2008-07-01 802.11 radio module delivers cost efficiency in M2M comm
Quatech recently released SDIO/SPI-based interface line of Embedded Airborne 802.11b/g radio modules that delivers a cost-efficient product for reliable and high-performing M2M communications.
2005-04-20 micro;Watt FPGAs enhanced to support 802.11 a/b/g chipsets
QuickLogic teamed up with Atheros by optimizing its ?Watt FPGAs for Atheros' line of 802.11a/b/g chipsets and developing a Wi-Fi connectivity solution for its AR5006XS single-chip miniPCI module.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap.
2006-06-20 Wi-Fi reference design offers interference resistance
Ralink announced that its 802.11g solution with MIMO XR is used in Rotani's Wi-Fi access point reference design that makes any 802.11 WLAN interference-resistant
2005-02-16 Single instrument speeds up wireless test
Using a WLAN test set, the production of a wide range of products will be faster and more repeatable.
2005-04-25 PXI controllers use Intel chips
NI announced what it claims as the industry's first PXI controllers to use the Mobile Intel 915GM Express chipsetthe PXI-8195 and PXI-8196
2002-11-20 Pre-spec 802.11g silicon raises interoperability fears
Chipset vendors are moving headlong into IEEE 802.11g WLAN silicon before the ink is dry on the standard, hoisting the specter of non-interoperable 802.11g solutions in a market that has depended on interoperability for its very success
2004-11-16 Multichannel basebands meet challenge of cognitive radio
To ensure ongoing channel and radio sensing, two methods can be done: use a wideband receiver or multichannel baseband.
2003-04-16 Mobile-WLAN combo faces power conundrum
Telecom dream weavers work on technology that would enable WANs and Bluetooth to work seamlessly with WiFi; before we get there, design engineers need to answer issues like leakage current to solve the power conundrum that is hindering the integration of cellphones and PDAs into WiFi paradise.
2002-12-27 LSI ADSL modem design integrates Intersil WLAN chip
LSI Logic Corp. has launched an ADSL modem reference design kit based on the company's HomeBASE chipset, integrated with Intersil's PRISM IEEE 802.11 WLAN chipset.
2004-07-08 Kit speeds WLAN development on Linux
AbsoluteValue Systems is offering an embedded-software package that will support 802.11a/b/g chipsets on any Linux platform.
2003-03-14 Intel launches WLAN solution for mobile PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced its Centrino mobile technology, which integrates wireless capability into mobile PCs.
2005-06-06 IEEE 802.11i and wireless security
IEEE's wireless security amendment adds stronger encryption, authentication, and key management strategies that go a long way toward guaranteeing data and system security
2008-10-27 Economic crunch forces design service firm to close shop
Less than five months after its official launch, Indian River Silicon LLC, a wireless IC design services company founded by group of IEEE 802.11 pioneers, has closed its doors
2006-03-01 Chipsets roll early for 802.11n
Broadcom announced sampling of an Intensi-fi chipset for 802.11n. Analysts were again taken aback three days later, when Atheros announced its XSpan AR5008 family for the same standard
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