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2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
2011-11-17 Wireless sol'n supports 802.11ac
Quantenna's 802.11ac solution builds on 4x4 MIMO foundation to enable 2Gbit/s wireless routers.
2011-09-22 Wireless mobile system improves WiFi access
Ruckus' WiFi system is a controller-based platform that targets large-scale wireless environments and can support up to 20,000 clients.
2012-02-29 WiFi module boasts up to 150Mb/s PHY rate
The Nano WiReach USB from Connect One brings wireless connectivity to consumer devices not originally intended to support wireless functionality.
2007-04-02 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combos flood market
Wireless chipmakers have unleashed a barrage of similar-sounding products for cellular handsets that offer simultaneous support for Bluetooth and WLANs.
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
2008-07-18 Update: 60GHz group opposes Gbit Wi-Fi plan
The initiative to create a standards group to define a Gbit/s version of Wi-Fi is getting a significant push back from a separate group that sees conflict with its work in the 60GHz space.
2005-12-26 ST joins Wi-Fi consortium
STMicroelectronics announced its membership of the Enhanced Wireless Consortium (EWC), a broad coalition of Wi-Fi industry leaders formed in October 2005 to accelerate and promote development of the IEEE 802.11n high-speed wireless standard
2006-06-16 Sparks fly after wireless standard tests
Vendors targeting the next-generation WLAN standard went on the defensive recently after the first tests of draft IEEE 802.11n clients and routers indicated poorer-than-expected performance.
2004-01-12 Software change supercharges 802.11 chip
A new software package for use with the Prism Nitro 802.11g WLAN chip promises to substantially increase throughput
2012-03-02 Small cells boast not-so-small features
The SmartCell from Ruckus claims to relieve access, backhaul and core capacity pressures while enhancing and extending macro networks even in dense areas.
2008-01-24 RF front-end modules simplify Wi-Fi system design
SiGe Semiconductor's newest 802.11a/b/g/n RF front-end modules reduce footprint significantly and provide all the functionality required between the transceiver and the antenna in dual-band Wi-Fi systems.
2005-05-26 RF chip targets next-gen WLANs
Metalink announced the first device in the WLANPlus family of products, the MtW8150, a single-chip RF IC that supports the MIMO antenna technology used in the IEEE 802.11n standard being developed for next-generation Wi-Fi
2009-01-14 Reports: GPS, Wi-Fi to defy '09 slump
The markets for chips focusing on the Wi-Fi, GPS navigation and location technology sectors could defy the global semiconductor downturn this year, according to two separate reports.
2014-03-13 RDA intros WiFi combo chip for mobile devices
The RDA5991 has WLAN, Bluetooth and FM capabilities that work simultaneously or independently with RDA's proprietary WiFi/Bluetooth Coexistence technology
2015-09-01 Proposed Wi-Fi standard to use sub-1GHz band
The IEEE 802.11 working group is defining a new standard called 802.11ah that can be used for large scale sensor networks with low power consumption targeting for billions of IoT connections.
2005-02-14 Netgear launches MIMO gear in Japan
Netgear became the latest WLAN equipment vendor to launch a line of equipment using Multiple Input-Multiple Output (MIMO) technology
2012-06-28 Murata, Imec to work on radio ICs
Murata and Imec said they intend to assess the impact on antenna interface components and identify new opportunities for next generation front-end modules.
2008-03-19 Motorola heralds arrival of all-wireless office
Looking to challenge Cisco Systems in the wireless enterprise networking market, Motorola has released two new productsa WLAN switch and an adaptive access point with three radioswhile trumpeting the arrival, at last, of the all-wireless office
2006-09-01 MIMO tech for next-gen cellular systems
MIMO is the disruptive technology that will change the wireless industry's playing field over the next decade. Today, companies are maximizing the data rate, coverage and spectral efficiency benefits that MIMO OFDM provides.
2006-07-01 MIMO can help in video delivery
Past attempts to deliver video over wireless networks failed for two key reasons. First, the effective throughput and coverage supported by legacy wireless technologies were simply inadequate. Second, these networks can't support video's high sensitivity to delays, jitter and loss.
2009-03-03 MIMO antennas hype improved data throughput
Laird Technologies Inc. has launched the S245112PT directional and the S24517PT sector dual-band external multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) external antennas.
2005-07-06 Metalink IC completes Wi-Fi links
Metalink has introduced its MtW8170 baseband chip, which, when combined with the company's already available MtW8150 RFIC, will comprise a single chipset targeting the emerging IEEE 802.11n standard for next-generation Wi-Fi
2012-12-05 Marvell claims 802.11ac SoC boosts Wi-Fi throughput
The Avastar 88W8864 WLAN SoC is being touted as the industry's first 802.11ac 4x4 to enhance the throughput of enterprise and retail access points as well as wireless video distribution
2007-02-09 Low-end handsets will soon have smartphone features
Texas Instruments announced an IC that will offer WLAN, Bluetooth, and FM transmitter/receiver technology on a single chip and said its goal is to get the capabilities to the mass market
2009-03-11 How do you set Wi-Fi's flavors?
The IEEE's 802.11n standard was created to provide optional modes on top of required schemes, so vendors can provide different hardware configurations that attain distinct levels of performance. However, what's developing now are three Wi-Fi tiers all called draft 802.11n hardware, but without distinction
2007-06-04 HDTV STB supports wireless IPTV standard
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, STMicroelectronics and Metalink Ltdhave teamed up to launch an STB that supports HDTV quality based on the 802.11n wireless IPTV standard
2006-03-01 Gigabit rates represent future of wireless
Comms technology requirements point toward the need for gigabit speeds and longer-range connectivity.
2009-02-24 Enterprise wireless sensor module now sampling
Redpine Signals Inc. has developed SenSiFi, an 802.11n wireless sensor module. The company says that it provides all the control and wireless functionality required to build and deploy wireless sensor nodes in the industrial and enterprise sectors
2008-12-10 Combo chip integrates .11n, Bluetooth, FM
Broadcom Corp. has rolled out a combo chip for mobile devices, which is its first to integrate single-stream 802.11n, Bluetooth, and FM receive and transmit capabilities
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