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2005-09-28 Synopsys, Alereon demonstrate interoperability for wireless USB tech
Synopsys Inc. and Alereon have announced the interoperability testing between Alereon's WiMedia UWB compatible physical layer (PHY) and the Synopsys DesignWare cores Wireless Universal Serial Bus (WiUSB) device controller IP, based on the certified Wireless USB specification from the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF).
2006-10-10 DWA chip connects wired USB peripherals to Certified WUSB systems
NEC Electronics and its subsidiaries have announced the availability of samples of a new device wire adapter LSI chip to enable the connection of wired USB peripherals to systems based on the Certified Wireless USB specification.
2005-08-31 Device controller based on USB-IF Certified Wireless USB spec
Synopsys demonstrated a device controller based on USB-IF's Certified Wireless USB specification, the new wireless extension to USB that combines the speed and security of wired technology with the ease-of-use of wireless technology.
2007-07-10 UWB chipset handles Wireless USB, Bluetooth, WiMedia
Alereon has started to sample the first UWB chipsets able to meet all regulatory requirements worldwide for applications based on Certified Wireless USB, Bluetooth and WiMedia
2007-05-08 Synopsys releases wireless USB host, DRD IP
Synopsys has announced the release of its DesignWare Wireless USB host and DRD IP based on the Wireless USB specification from USB-IF
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation
2005-09-12 Protocol analyzer checks USB standards over the air
Ellisys has introduced a protocol analyzer that supports analyzing WiMedia ultra wideband and Certified Wireless USB standards over the air
2007-10-03 Forum drafts next-generation Wireless USB spec
The Wireless USB Promoter Group has started developing the next version of the Wireless USB specification, dubbed 1.1, that will build on the existing 1.0 standard
2007-10-10 WiMedia Alliance intros first UWB-certified products
The WiMedia Alliance has certified the first products that have successfully completed both phases of the Alliance's compliance and interoperability testing of its UWB Common Radio Platform
2008-08-29 Host controller broadens NEC's wireless USB portfolio
NEC Electronics today expanded its suite of wireless USB devices with the introduction of the ?PD720171 wireless USB host controller
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2011-07-01 60GHz specs promise new wireless apps
The development of 60GHz specs is underway, with WiGig publishing a version 1.1 of its MAC/Phy spec and a WiGig Bus Extension defining an adaption layer for running PCIe on top of its 60GHz technology.
2003-10-24 GLI rolls out USB controller for Newcard spec
Genesys Logic Inc. has introduced the GL817E certified USB 2.0 high-speed bus power controller that is designed to support PCMCIA's Newcard specification
2006-09-22 NXP integrates WUSB in new device controller
The new WUSB device controller from NXP is based on the Certified Wireless USB specification, and features 32Kbytes of ROM and 96Kbytes of configurable RAM for data and buffering.
2006-10-02 Intel unrolls reference designs for UWB host solutions
Intel introduced Wireless UWB Link 1480 media access controller silicon and reference designs for UWB host solutions
2008-01-18 Low-power spec to mark Bluetooth's 10th birthday
The low-power spec will allow Bluetooth devices to run off button batteries and enable applications such as watches that can be used to control music players.
2006-01-04 Alereon, Samyoung team for WiMedia PHY modules
Alereon has teamed up with Samyoung Electronics to develop tightly integrated PHY modules based on Alereon's AL4000 range of UWB devices for WiMedia and wireless USB apps
2006-06-26 Vendors working to make WUSB a standard
Wireless USB solutions are being developed by a number of vendors to eliminate USB cable tethers
2004-09-06 UWB camp forms SIG, finalizes physical-layer spec
The Multiband-OFDM Alliance has formed a special interest group (SIG) to develop technical specifications based on its version of ultrawideband high-rate, short-range wireless communications
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction
2007-03-01 Tools facilitate Wi-Fi protection
The Wi-Fi Alliance will roll out a handful of chips this quarter that support the alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
2006-08-25 WiMedia Alliance completes fourth PHY interoperability testing
The WiMedia Alliance announced that it has completed its fourth PHY interoperability testing, which signals the Alliance's progress in completing its PHY Test Specification which readies products for the next stage of testing of WiMedia's certified common radio platform
2005-09-28 UWB PHY device combines RF, BB components in single chip
Realtek Semiconductor announced it is entering the UWB market with the RTL8170, a highly integrated, high performance UWB PHY solution based on the WiMedia Alliance PHY specification
2005-09-29 Taiwan's Realtek enters UWB chip market
Home networking specialist Realtek Semiconductor Corp. is breaking into the nascent market for ultrawideband devices with a physical layer chip based on the WiMedia Alliance PHY specification
2007-03-14 Hot trend: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi in PMPs and digicams
Vendors and solution providers at the IIC-China demonstrated their MP3s, MP4s and digital photo frames with a new function and certified sell-pointBluetooth
2008-02-11 Compliance test software supports new serial data standards
LeCroy said it has enhanced its QualiPHY automated serial data compliance test framework, which now supports standards for UWB, serial ATA and PCIe Gen 1.
2008-02-14 Bluetooth piggybacks on Wi-Fi as UWB uptake crawls
The Bluetooth SIG will provide a mechanism for its protocol to ride on top of Wi-Fi networks while its longer-term plan to create a version 3.0 based on UWB technology moves slowly forward.
2014-08-19 How Bluetooth LE drives IoT designs
With the ever increasing focus on wearable computing, the current version 4.0 of Bluetooth LE is enabling a wide range of new devices and form factors through low-power and low-cost modules.
2012-11-02 Designing Z-Wave devices
Read about the development process and the tools available to design and test Z-Wave compatible devices.
2014-12-11 Cypress BLE sol'ns achieve Bluetooth 4.1 qualification
The Bluetooth Low Energy solutions integrate a Bluetooth Smart radio, a 32bit ARM Cortex-M0 core with ultra-low-power modes, programmable analogue blocks and CapSense capacitive touch-sensing.
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