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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
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
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.
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.
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.
2009-09-16 IEEE ups WLAN data throughput, range
The IEEE has ratified the IEEE 802.11n-2009 amendment for better data rates and ranges of WLANs.
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.
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
2008-07-08 802.11n sales continue to grow, notes Wi-Fi Alliance
About 50 percent of Wi-Fi chipsets sold this year are expected to adhere to the new draft standard, doubling the number from 2007, reported the Wi-Fi Alliance.
2005-10-05 802.11n deal imminent, says Broadcom exec
The logjam that has delayed agreement on the IEEE 802.11n high data-rate WLAN standard will be broken soon, and a standard agreed by the middle of next year, a senior executive from Broadcom Corp. told the World Broadband Forum.
2007-12-20 802.11n chips rolls for carrier market
Atheros unveiled the latest additions to its XSPAN family that deliver IEEE 802.11n performance for triple-play home gateway products and offer attractive points for the market that is dominated by telecom carriers.
2006-12-14 First' CE-grade 802.11n-draft-compliant chipset rolls
Metalink touts the industry's first CE-grade IEEE-802.11n-draft-compliant dual-band chipset for wireless home entertainment systems.
2006-08-01 Voting exposes cracks in IEEE process
The IEEE's temporary suspension of activities at the 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Working Group has unmasked festering policy problems within the broader 802 standards effort
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
2008-01-21 Multiport midspans tip pre-standard IEEE 802.3 specs
High-power multiport PoE midspans based on pre-standard IEEE 802.3at specifications have been launched by Microsemi Corp
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
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
2007-09-06 Cisco to ship draft 802.11n WLAN gear in October
Getting a jump on the next big leap forward in enterprise wireless networking, Cisco Systems said Tuesday it will ship initial WLAN gear based on the draft 802.11n standard in October
2006-03-01 Chipsets roll early for 802.11n
Broadcom announced sampling of an Intensi-fi chipset for 802.11n. Analysts were again taken aback three days later, when Atheros announced its XSpan AR5008 family for the same standard
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
2007-01-04 802.11n morphs into home video stream spec
The draft silicon of 802.1n networks sampled in 2006 changed its focus to a singular concentration on IPTV and HDTV video streams.
2006-12-27 802.11n chipset enables first 100m performance
Ralink 802.11n chipset promises first 100m performance at par with those of Broadcom and Marvell
2006-06-16 Startup rolls soft PHY core for Wi-Fi
The first commercial product from Silvus Communication Systems Inc. aims to give a leg up to developers of next-generation Wi-Fi chipsets and systems. The company has developed the VHDL software for a PHY chip that exceeds the requirements of the upcoming IEEE 802.11n standard.
2005-12-26 ST joins Wi-Fi consortium
STMicroelectronics announced its membership of the Enhanced Wireless Consortium (EWC), a broad coalition of Wi-Fi industry leaders formed in October 2005 to accelerate and promote development of the IEEE 802.11n high-speed wireless standard.
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.
2005-05-26 RF chip targets next-gen WLANs
Metalink announced the first device in the WLANPlus family of products, the MtW8150, a single-chip RF IC that supports the MIMO antenna technology used in the IEEE 802.11n standard being developed for next-generation Wi-Fi.
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