Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > Craig Mathias

Craig Mathias Search results

?
?
total search37 articles
2006-03-01 Will FMC heat up or fizzle out?
Nothing is hotter today than fixed/mobile convergence, the latest in a long line of convergences.
2006-05-01 Mobile TV: Promising, but disappointing
Programming range and video-on-demand are two of the most important cable TV benefits that consumers expect from mobile TV. Without them, mobile TV will fail.
2006-04-03 It's client time for .11 nets
Craig Mathias believes it's time to address 802.11's one clear flawthe lack of standard client-side functionality.
2006-10-02 Encourage innovation through open source
Boingo recently announced its Embedded Wi-Fi Toolkit as an open-source product.
2006-08-16 A long road to convergence
Convergence is perhaps the most important wireless trend of all, initially binding cellphones to PBXes but ultimately providing transparency between cellular LAN and WLANs.
2002-10-01 It's a matter of trust
Craig Mathias speaks about trust, and how keeping one's word is essential in doing business.
2002-11-01 3G may be here, but . . .
3G phones are here, although Craig Mathias says that manufacturers and service providers still need to work on offering compelling applications to subscribers without sacrificing cost before the public accepts it completely.
2002-05-15 Wireless security: End to end
The solution to secure wireless networks is in applying the same techniques used for end-to-end security on wired networks.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi.
2007-02-14 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combos continue to spread
In the days leading up to the 3GSM World Congress, wireless chip makers unleashed a barrage of similar-sounding products for cellular handsets that offer simultaneous support for Bluetooth and WLANs.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
2009-11-04 Wi-Fi chip supports up to 85Mbit/s at 5GHz
Atheros Communications has launched a Wi-Fi chip for cellphones that supports a single-stream version of the latest 802.11n standard.
2009-05-08 Wi-Fi backers draft 60GHz spec for wireless video
Five top Wi-Fi chipmakers have created the Wireless Gigabit Alliance that aims to release a specification for 60GHz networking at rates up to 6Gbit/s.
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.
2007-11-02 UWB disappoints, Wi-Fi speeds ahead
In the race to a gigabit-per-second wireless link for the digital home, some UWB backers are gasping for air while Wi-Fi proponents are revving up for the next lap.
2003-03-03 The 800lb. gorilla in public W-LANs
Cometa Networks of AT&T, IBM, and Intel poses to be the largest and most influential public-access WLAN company - this can help in establishing the standards that will lead to unification of the public-access WAN industry.
2007-02-16 Startup demos interface for HDTV video
Startup Amimon Ltd has demonstrated a prototype of its wireless high-definition interface for HDTV video at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show using technology based on a variation of 802.11n that can deliver up to 1.5Gbps.
2008-12-16 Single-stream .11n chips enter Wi-Fi markets
Atheros Communications and other chipmakers drive .11n into mainstream markets with chips using a streamlined version of the spec.
2010-10-20 Reference designs mix wired, wireless
Atheros Communications releases three consumer reference designs for hybrid home networking that combine Wi-Fi, powerline and Ethernet.
2008-06-09 Intel's Atom climbs higher ground
The x86 giant shows a little excitement about a set new products the company would like to have. Intel is generating names faster than they can come up with rational definitions such as net-tops, net-books, ultramobile PCs, mobile Internet devices.
2008-06-06 Groups to discuss 60GHz band conflict
Engineers who want to draft a standard for Gbit-class Wi-Fi will be using the same 60GHz spectrum that is being used by another wireless standard group. The two groups will discuss things to avoid a conflict during a major standards gathering sometime in July.
2005-10-17 Go to 60GHz wireless media
We'll see the same thing on wireless as we did on wiretoo much is never enough.
2010-10-22 Gaps seen in ratified powerline standard
The IEEE 1901 standard for broadband over powerline networks has been completed and ratified, but some say it shows how formal standards can be slow and fail to resolve commercial conflicts.
2007-06-21 Despite Apple's promise, applications still iPhone's weakness
Even though Steve Jobs says Web-based apps 'look and behave exactly' like native apps, some Mac software developers don't buy it.
2003-11-17 Cisco pushes WLANs, preps wireless-aware routers and switches
Cisco Systems Inc. launched new 802.11g wireless LAN access points and described plans to roll out wireless-aware routers and switches starting next year.
2007-10-01 Chipmakers are eyeing 700MHz prize
Chip designers for cellular and WiMAX networks are sharpening their pencils on plans for 700MHz support in the wake of new guidance from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on the spectrum.
2006-11-09 CE vendors form group to join digital living room duel
Last week, six top consumer electronics vendors formed the WirelessHD group to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps.
2009-06-30 Can proprietary wireless HD survive?
In a race to run multiple HD video streams, a dizzying array of competing wireless technologies have only fragmented the potential wireless home network market.
2005-10-03 Bluetooth gets it right
Bluetooth, like IrDA before it, has been a successful failurehuge installed base, but few users.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top