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2006-03-17 Airgo to partner with Taiwan board specialist Asustek
Airgo Networks has signed its first Wi-Fi pact with a major Asia-based ODM, Asustek Computer Inc.
2006-08-30 Airgo to expand Taiwan presence
Airgo Networks announced its plan to triple the size of its Taiwan footprint by opening a new facility in Hsin Chu.
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.
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.
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.
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.
2009-12-10 WHDI group completes 5GHz wireless video spec
The WHDI Consortium has finalized the specification for wireless video over a 5GHz variant of Wi-Fi based on technology from startup chip designer Amimon.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2005-07-05 Rival camps close to deal on high-speed WLANs
The WWiSE and TGn Sync camps that have been dueling within the 802.11n high-speed wireless LAN task group have agreed to formulate a joint proposal to end their stalemate.
2003-12-10 Range of Wi-Fi chip sets expanded
Three-year-old Motia came out of stealth mode last week to announce its first product, an analog signal-processing chip that brings smart-antenna technology to 2.4-GHz WLAN cards and access points. The Stamford, Conn.-based startup claims its Javelin chip can improve the gain of existing 802.11b and .11g signals by 6 to 18 dB.
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.
2005-01-31 Microsemi ICs support IEEE802.11n Wi-Fi systems
Microsemi Corp. recently announced that it will release high-performance analog/mixed-signal consumer ICs that support the first IEEE802.11n Wi-Fi standard.
2007-02-22 IPR issues could haunt 4G, LTE, mobile WiMAX
Reports on IP and patent rights associated with next-gen mobile networks suggest that the situation may pan out better than with existing networks, but both include important caveats.
2004-02-20 Intel pushes hybrid approach for next-gen Wi-Fi
Intel Corp.'s R&D group will push for a hybrid approach to what is expected to be a broad and heated debate on next-generation Wi-Fi standards in the IEEE 802.11n group.
2004-07-08 IEEE pushes WLANs to 'nth' degree
The IEEE 802.11n task group will start sorting through 61 proposals for next-generation WLANs in Portland, Oregon, next week.
2002-12-10 IC startups chase new technology
Entrepreneurs arrived in the U.S. last week offering chips they said would spur the development of multiprotocol radios, full-motion video on cellphones and wideband WLANs, among other next-generation products.
2004-08-17 Chipmakers pitch for broadband WLAN proposal
Broadcom Corp., Conexant Systems Inc., STMicroelectronics NV and Texas Instruments Inc. have formally proposed a broadband wireless standard that achieves 540Mbps data rates while maintaining interoperability with existing 802.11 WLAN devices, the companies claimed.
2006-04-28 Atheros acquires Taiwan WLAN specialist
Atheros Communications signed a definitive agreement on April 24 to acquire Zydas Technology, a Taiwan WLAN specialist.
2006-05-05 802.11n Wi-Fi draft fails first letter ballot
The first vote by members of the IEEE 802.11 working group on Draft 1.0 failed to reach the 75 percent majority required for acceptance.
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