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2007-01-11 WNPU unlocks full potential of 802.11n
Atheros' AR7161 WNPU unlocks the full potential of 802.11n technology to enable simultaneous high-bandwidth applications.
2006-09-01 Will 802.11n finally pass second vote?
After members of the IEEE 802.11 working group voting on draft 1.0 of the standard failed to achieve the required 75 percent approval rate earlier this year, standard proposal groups TGnSync, World-Wide Spectrum Efficiency and MitMot agreed to work on a compromise proposal.
2011-05-23 WiFi chip boasts 2x2 dual-band 802.11n MIMO solution
Atheros Communications Inc. introduces the AR9374 chip, which offers 2x2 dual-band 802.11n MIMO solution and 40MHz transmissions offering support for high data-rate USB and embedded CE applications
2006-06-06 Wi-Fi chipmakers verify interoperability of 802.11n solutions
Atheros Communications Inc. and Broadcom Corp. announced interoperability between their draft 802.11n solutions.
2006-09-04 Wi-Fi Alliance to certify interoperability of products with IEEE 802.11n features
The Wi-Fi Alliance announced it plans to certify interoperability of Wi-Fi products that include baseline features from the developing IEEE 802.11n standard in the first half of 2007.
2010-10-04 Wi-Fi Alliance bares progress in IEEE 802.11n certification
Wi-Fi Alliance reveals "exciting" numbers in certification program
2009-07-21 Wi-Fi 802.11n chips to surpass 802.11g by 2010
With growth rates well over 100 percent in 2010, shipments of Wi-Fi chipsets based on n/802.11n will surge ahead of those based on 802.11g, according to a new In-Stat report.
2006-11-13 Solution offers full 802.11n compliance
Redpine Signals has announced the Lite-Fi product series, said to be the industry's first semiconductor platform for handheld devices offering wireless connectivity conforming to the draft IEEE 802.11n standard.
2008-01-25 Siemens tech addresses PoE issues in 802.11n
Siemens says its HiPath Wireless system is the first solution to provide full dual-band 3x3 MIMO and 802.11n functionality that complies with the 802.3af PoE standard.
2007-05-29 RF switch boasts 802.11n compliance
Motorola has fleshed out its flagship, enterprise-class RFS7000 RF switch to support location, management and security services.
2006-04-03 RF front-end sets out for 802.11n standard
RF front-end manufacturers led by SiGe Semiconductor are readying their devices for the new 802.11n standardthe first Wi-Fi architecture to use MIMO antennas.
2007-10-12 RF front-end module simplifies 802.11n design
SiGe Semiconductor Inc. today announced what it is calling the world's most integrated RF front-end module for Wi-Fi products designed to comply with the IEEE 802.11n specification.
2009-07-09 Replace RS-232 with 802.11n wireless
Know how to replace a wired connection by a wireless one by connecting the device and server with a serial to Wi-Fi bridge.
2008-01-04 Ralink tips low power, 'smallest' 802.11n chips
Ralink has released new 802.11n single chips, the RT3080 that enables Wi-Fi in handheld/mobile devices and the RT3070, claimed to be the smallest 802.11n USB single chip.
2008-08-11 Ralink claims first single-chip 802.11n 1x1 PCIe
Ralink Technology Corp. offers a complete line of single-chip USB and PCIe solutions, including the RT3090.
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.
2007-01-05 Network processor targets 802.11n
Based on a MIPS 24K core, the new network processor from Atheros Communications has a 600MHz clock speed.
2004-08-13 More pre-802.11n Wi-Fi gear emerges
Belkin has released a router and wireless network card that uses pre-802.11n multiple-input, multiple-output antenna technology created by Airgo Networks.
2007-12-28 Metalink unwraps dual-mode 802.11n chipset
Metalink has announced that its 802.11n WLANPlus chipset is now commercially available and will be showcased at the CES trade show in January.
2014-09-18 MediaTek bares first 2T2R 802.11n Wi-Fi AP SoC
The new SoC from MediaTek enables high data transmission rates for voice and video applications in smart homes while consuming the least amount of power.
2008-06-17 Kit accelerates 802.11n designs
AMCC, together with TeamF1 and Senao Networks, recently launched a comprehensive hardware/software reference design kit intended to accelerate time-to-market for enterprise 802.11n wireless access points.
2008-02-01 Integration key to 802.11n success
Technical challenges resulting from the latest wireless LAN (WLAN) specification, 802.11n, are significant. Serving multiple frequency bandwidths (2.4GHz and/or 5GHz) with multiple antennas, the devices used in 802.11n WLAN must be optimized for output power as well as size.
2010-01-04 I/O modules ease 802.11n adoption
Redpine's modules are the first in the industry to bring single-stream 802.11n connectivity to standard 8bit MCUs.
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
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
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