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2004-08-20 Intel group pitches broadband WLAN, opposes WWise
TGn Sync, a coalition of more than a dozen companies that includes Intel Corp., Cisco and Nokia among its members, has submitted a proposal for a next-generation WLAN standard to the IEEE 802.11 Task Group N (TGn
2011-07-04 In-Stat: WLAN-enabled CE shipment to top 419M by 2015
According to In-Stat's report the growth of WLAN-enabled consumer electronics market is driven by the need to support IP-based video content
2009-09-16 IEEE ups WLAN data throughput, range
The IEEE has ratified the IEEE 802.11n-2009 amendment for better data rates and ranges of WLANs
2008-07-16 Freescale, Arada tie up to hasten 802.11n production
Freescale Semiconductor and Arada Systems have collaborated to create a production-ready reference design to speed up and simplify the development of concurrent 802.11n access point devices
2008-07-17 Freescale, Arada co-develop 802.11n ref design
Freescale and Arada Systems have teamed up to create a production-ready reference design offered to help speed and simplify the development of concurrent 802.11n access point devices
2008-03-19 First tri-radio 802.11n access point rolls
The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola Inc. has released AP-7131, said to be the industry's first tri-radio 802.11n access point featuring Motorola's new adaptive access point architecture
2010-07-22 Family of 802.11n devices offers affordability
Trapeze Networks announces three new product platforms for affordable 802.11n wireless design
2006-05-11 Early birds stung by 802.11n vote
Chip vendors that offered 802.11n products without a draft spec in place now stand to suffer, developers warned after the WLAN standard was soundly rejected last week.
2005-09-12 DS-UWB vs. 802.11n: What's the best connectivity option
Systems that use wider bandwidths can have fundamentally different design approaches to provide wireless connectivity solutions that scale to even higher data rates and lower complexity implementations than 802.11 WLAN
2007-12-21 Cisco readies for WLAN takeoff in 2008
Cisco Systems detailed plans to push WLAN in 2008 as the new 802.11n Wi-Fi standard will be a major component of advancing the wireless environment.
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
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
2006-08-31 Chipset enables 802.11n performance at WLAN prices
According to Atheros, its new AR5008V XSPAN chipset is for customers wanting to deliver 802.11n performance at mainstream WLAN prices.
2007-02-09 Chips enable WLAN, Bluetooth, FM in handsets
TI has announced two devices built on the company's DRP single-chip technology designed to drive affordable WLAN, Bluetooth and FM technologies into mass market handsets
2007-09-28 Broadcom 802.11n chip integrates power amp
Broadcom has started sampling a single chip 802.11n compliant device that is being made in a 65nm CMOS process and integrates the power amplifier on chip
2004-12-03 Bandspeed lands patent for 802.11n technology
Wireless LAN (WLAN) chip developer Bandspeed has landed a patent for crosstalk cancellation and interference suppression technology that will improve signal reliability and clarity in 802.11n systems.
2006-06-13 Azimuth unveils 'first' tester for 802.11n devices
Azimuth's latest product is touted to be an industry-first functional tester for draft 802.11n-based products
2009-12-22 802.11n, Bluetooth combo eases cellphone set-up
The device simplifies the set-up of Bluetooth products, extends Bluetooth range and improves coexistence with Wi-Fi.
2008-03-27 802.11n solutions roll from Extricom
Wireless networking vendor Extricom on Tuesday unveiled a new suite of products based on the 802.11n draft 2.0 WLAN standard.
2008-06-10 802.11n routers promise maximum wireless home experience
Broadcom Corp. has rolled three WLAN router solutions with integrated processors that will enable a full line of 802.11n routers with industry-leading performance and consumer-friendly cost points.
2007-01-04 802.11n morphs into home video stream spec
The draft silicon of 802.1n networks sampled in 2006 changed its focus to a singular concentration on IPTV and HDTV video streams.
2010-07-27 802.11n device shipments grow by 85 percent
Worldwide unit shipments of WLAN devices in Q1 2010 decreased by 9.4 percent quarter-over-quarter but increased by 4.8 percent year-over-year, primarily by migration to 802.11n technology, according to In-Stat.
2006-12-14 First' CE-grade 802.11n-draft-compliant chipset rolls
Metalink touts the industry's first CE-grade IEEE-802.11n-draft-compliant dual-band chipset for wireless home entertainment systems
2007-05-01 Next-gen WLAN supports media-rich apps
802.11n opens up new opportunities for media-rich wireless applications used at home and enterprise
2005-06-21 Intel unveils all-CMOS WLAN transceiver
Intel Corp. has used its 90nm process technology as the basis for an all-CMOS wireless LAN transceiver designed as a system-in-package (SiP).
2005-09-12 DS-UWB vs. 802.11n: What's the best connectivity option
Systems that use wider bandwidths can have fundamentally different design approaches to provide wireless connectivity solutions that scale to even higher data rates and lower complexity implementations than 802.11 WLAN
2005-09-12 DS-UWB vs. 802.11n: What's the best connectivity option
Systems that use wider bandwidths can have fundamentally different design approaches to provide wireless connectivity solutions that scale to even higher data rates and lower complexity implementations than 802.11 WLAN
2008-09-16 Welcoming Wi-Fi to home networks
Wi-Fi is at a critical inflection point and it is expected that devices enabled with Wi-Fi will account for more than half of all home network connections by year end. As the industry evolves from 802.11g to 802.11n, design home networks to take advantage of the faster and more reliable wireless connection
2006-12-18 Taiwan fabless buyouts not yet in the bag
Improving tech sophistication and reasonable valuations have made fabless Taiwan companies prime acquisition targets. However, persuading their founders to sell out remains a tough challenge.
2008-01-08 Marvell highlights consumer, comms devices
Marvell Technology Group Ltd will demonstrate its latest consumer and communications silicon at this week's CES event.
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