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2006-10-13 SMK unrolls IEEE 802.15.4-compliant radio module
SMK said its new 2.4GHz radio communication module was developed in response to growing market interest in the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2010-11-19 Smart energy drives 802.15.4, Zigbee markets
Smart energy is now gaining ground as the largest volume growth opportunity for 802.15.4 and Zigbee, boosting forecasts of chip and module shipments to exceed three quarters of a billion units by 2014, according to In-Stat.
2011-05-27 Multi-channel analyzer supports 802.15.4/ZigBee
Perytons Ltd has released the Peryton-SGMx product line of analyzers supporting simultaneous capture from ZigBee and generic IEEE 802.15.4 and SubGhz assigned channels.
2006-08-16 Modules based on IEEE-802.15.4 target industrial apps
Zigbee subsystem supplier Cirronet has unveiled two low-cost OEM modules based on the IEEE-802.15.4 standard and slated for wireless communications in industrial and factory applications.
2009-05-08 Know the capabilities of 802.15.4
The 802.15.4 PHY/MAC protocol can be a very powerful tool to provide a simple out-of-the-box networking solution. Keep in mind that it could be more than necessary or too simplistic, so it's important to understand its full capabilities before settling on a solution.
2013-08-02 Exponential growth seen for 802.15.4-enabled devices
ABI Research forecasted that from 2012-2018, the 802.15.4-enabled device market will grow five times and will log a CAGR of more than 30 per cent.
2006-06-30 Atmel solution eases 802.15.4/ZigBee migration
Atmel has announced an 802.15.4/ZigBee solution that promises seamless migration to wireless networking for the more than 30,000 AVR-based designs.
2007-04-09 802.15.4 module targets embedded wireless apps
Cirronet has introduced enhanced I/O capabilities for its LPR2400/ER family of cost-optimized, low-power 802.15.4 modules.
2007-03-01 Zigbee vet strives to reduce cost of solutions
Wireless microcontroller specialist Jennic is putting the marker down for next-generation Zigbee-compliant devices at sub-$2 prices in 100,000-plus units.
2006-05-31 ZigBee transceivers use TI SoCs
AeroComm is offering OEMs two ZigBee RF transceivers based on Texas Instruments' recently released IEEE-802.15.4 SoC and Z-Stack firmware.
2006-10-05 Zigbee solution has embedded EmberZNet software stack
STMicroelectronics' single-chip Zigbee wireless networking solution integrates a 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4-compliant radio transceiver and a 16bit microprocessor with EmberZNet software stack.
2007-03-30 Zigbee ref design eliminates antenna, RF balun
Jennic introduced a Zigbee/IEEE 802.15.4-node reference design for its JN5139 wireless microcontroller said to reduce the BOM cost of modules for wireless sensor networks to under $5.
2006-12-08 Zigbee module devt kit speeds time-to-compliance
Integration Associates has released a Zigbee Module Development Kit that promises developers an efficient path to a product with a Zigbee logo.
2007-06-18 Wireless specs expand options for MCUs
With all other forms of data communications going wireless, it is no surprise that control functions might follow suit; and now that wireless MCUs and derived products are beginning to enter the market in force, that effort is paying off.
2006-11-02 Wireless sensor net links IP, Web services
Arch Rock Corp. released a wireless sensor network that the company says is simple enough to be deployed in an hour as a pilot network in a factory, office building or data center, yet sophisticated enough to be seamlessly integrated into enterprise apps.
2013-01-15 Wireless MCUs geared for the Internet of Things
NXP's JN516x family and an evaluation kit claim to simplify commercial development of ZigBee, JenNet-IP and other IEEE 802.15.4 applications.
2006-01-02 Understanding the Zigbee stack
In the final implementation of a Zigbee device, one should have a good understanding of MAC, PHY and stack layers.
2013-01-04 Ultra-low power wireless IC market to reach $2B
ABI Research said that the two main drivers for the growth in revenues are the Bluetooth Smart and 802.15.4 technologies.
2007-11-16 Tool rids wireless sensor nets of battery
No wires and no batteries; now there's a combination. It's the promise of a company at this year's ISA Expo with a battery-free solution for ultralow-power wireless sensor and control networks based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2005-06-23 TI, Ember team up in lowest power Zigbee chipset solution
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has collaborated with Ember Corp. to unveil what they claim as the lowest power consuming ZigBee networking and microcontroller (MCU) platform.
2006-04-07 Sub-1GHz transceiver tailored for ZigBee apps
ZMD announced what it touts as the industry's only commercially available sub-1GHz transceiver designed for ZigBee technology and applications.
2005-12-06 SoC solution cuts time-to-market of wireless networking products
Chipcon released a true SoC IEEE 802.15.4 low power wireless sensor networking solution that also targets ZigBee solutions. This new SoC solution includes a licensed location detection hardware core from Motorola.
2006-12-18 Selecting the right MAC for Zigbee
Choosing the right 802.15.4 media access controller (MAC) can be extremely important for system performance, cost and reliability.
2011-02-11 Over 250 million RF4CE chips to ship in 2015
IMS Research attributes RF4CE's projected remarkable growth to the chip's early activities, the remote control's transition from IR to RF, and the industry's support and enthusiasm for the technology.
2004-11-18 NEC, Chipcon partner on ZigBee module
NEC Engineering, with NEC and Chipcon, introduced a module developed for compatibility with IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee wireless network standards.
2007-01-26 Microchip unveils new offerings for Zigbee
Microchip has announced an RF transceiver, a wireless network analyzer and a free protocol for IEEE 802.15.4 wireless networking.
2007-01-16 Microchip offers full-Zigbee, MiWi options
Microchip Technology Inc. has equipped its MRF24J40 device for the 802.15.4 radio chip market with a full ZigBee software offering plus an alternative lightweight 'MiWi' protocol that uses only basic join-and-leave operations of the full ZigBee stack.
2008-11-14 Microchip MiWi P2P wireless protocol
This application note describes the Microchip Wireless (MiWi) Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Protocol and its differences from IEEE 802.15.4.
2013-04-25 Microchip expands embedded wireless line
The devices include PIC32 Bluetooth digital audio kit, feature-rich Wi-Fi modules, IEEE 802.15.4 and proprietary radio, and XBee compatible Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules.
2005-05-23 Make the right choices when building ZigBee applications
While ZigBee is an open standard, it also grants OEMs great latitude in how much of their product should be open to third-party vendors.
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