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2006-10-11 Phihong's midspan suits wireless, WiMAX access points
Phihong USA's 30W one-port midspan, designated the POE30U series, is designed to power wireless and WiMAX access points that require up to 24W power.
2005-07-06 Metalink IC completes Wi-Fi links
Metalink has introduced its MtW8170 baseband chip, which, when combined with the company's already available MtW8150 RFIC, will comprise a single chipset targeting the emerging IEEE 802.11n standard for next-generation Wi-Fi.
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.
2006-03-01 Gigabit rates represent future of wireless
Comms technology requirements point toward the need for gigabit speeds and longer-range connectivity.
2007-06-27 Certification testing for Wi-Fi .11n draft 2.0 starts
The Wi-Fi Alliance Authorized Test laboratories has began testing of Wi-Fi gear and Wi-Fi certified 802.11n draft 2.0 products are anticipated to arrive on store shelves this quarter
2007-06-07 WLAN module boosts home connectivity
NXP has introduced an 802.11n module that can be used on CE devices in a wireless network that operates in both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands
2011-11-17 Wireless sol'n supports 802.11ac
Quantenna's 802.11ac solution builds on 4x4 MIMO foundation to enable 2Gbit/s wireless routers.
2005-11-09 Wi-Fi emulator portrays real-world performance
ACE-400 NB Azimuth Channel Emulator from Azimuth Systems Inc. emulates 4-by-4 multipath channels in a controlled environment.
2012-02-17 SoC touts 5G connectivity for mobile devices
The 2.4/5GHz single-chip MAC/PHY/Radio BCM43460 is ideal for enterprise and carrier class access points, branch office routers and business class integrated services routers.
2005-12-28 PoE modules boost advanced wireless, VoIP apps
Phihong USA's new power-over-Ethernet (PoE) products include a one-port high-power midspan for high-speed 802.11N access points, and a redundant power source (RPS) with up to 180 PoE ports for VoIP and IT applications
2007-01-29 Intel draft-n card offers whole-home coverage
Intel's 4965AGN draft-11n module will support whole home coverage with the ability to handle high-definition video, says a company executive.
2009-03-11 How do you set Wi-Fi's flavors?
The IEEE's 802.11n standard was created to provide optional modes on top of required schemes, so vendors can provide different hardware configurations that attain distinct levels of performance. However, what's developing now are three Wi-Fi tiers all called draft 802.11n hardware, but without distinction.
2005-01-24 Get used to it: Multiple radios will be a fact of life
No single technology meets all of the needs of a mobile market soon to deliver handsets crammed with multiple radios on multiple chips.
2010-04-15 Faster, more reliable Wi-Fi expands app reach
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Wi-FiEmerging Trends and Standards, finds that 802.11n Wi-Fi could revolutionize the realm of short-range wireless communications
2007-02-09 Chips enable WLAN, Bluetooth, FM in handsets
TI has announced two devices built on the company's DRP single-chip technology designed to drive affordable WLAN, Bluetooth and FM technologies into mass market handsets.
2006-01-24 Broadcom faces skepticism over early launch
Broadcom encountered skepticism from financial analysts when it announced sampling of an Intensi-fi 802.11n chipsetless than 24 hours after the IEEE announced a compromise draft proposal.
2011-12-14 Broadcom backs 802.11ac WiFi standard
Broadcom is hoping to replace the current 802.11n standard in its consumer electronics hardware lines with the new 802.11ac standard by the end of 2012
2007-03-01 Airoha joins pre-.11n game
RF chip designer Airoha Technology Corp. is getting into the game for pre-802.11n chips, anticipating volume production of a single-band transceiver toward the end of this quarter
2012-07-25 Addressing challenges in deploying 802.11ac
Know the technical challenges that chip and hardware developers must overcome before performance and density benefits can be achieved with 802.11ac.
2012-07-25 60GHz ICs to deliver 3Gb/s of data using less than 2W
Wilocity said will partner with Marvell to deliver modules that use the startup's 60GHz with Marvell's WiFi silicon, while Beam Networks and Peraso Technologies said they will release their 60GHz ICs in 6-9 months.
2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
2010-01-05 WLAN ref design enables straightforward board boot
Quantenna Communications Inc. has released a complete reference design based on its QHS600 IEEE 802.11n WLAN 4x4 multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) chipset.
2009-05-28 WLAN ref design enables 300Mbit/s throughput
The MPC8377EWLAN 802.11N access point reference design supports dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz concurrent operation with 3 x 3 MIMO and enables greater than 300Mbit/s throughput while meeting the requirements of IEEE802.3af PoE
2006-02-16 SiGe rolls out new RF front-end module for Wi-Fi apps
SiGe Semiconductor has launched what it claims to be the world's first complete RF front-end module for Wi-Fi products designed to comply with the IEEE 802.11n draft specification.
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
2010-07-09 Processor achieves wire-speed throughput over Wi-Fi
TranSwitch Corp. has introduced the Atlanta 1000 communications processor delivers wire-speed data throughput over IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi.
2008-07-16 Predicting real-world wireless performance
Scalability and the interaction of applications with each other have always made real-world wireless performance unpredictable in the lab. An additional challenge emerges with the introduction of 802.11n-complaint devices along with the existing a/b/g equipment
2006-07-17 MIMO: New tech requires new techniques
This article discusses the IEEE 802.11n system currently being proposed and explores the anticipated design and measurement challenges for a specific type of MIMO system implementation.
2011-05-06 WiFi tech boasts up to 512 concurrent connections
Ruckus Wireless introduces Smart WiFi 802.11n APs that are capable of supporting up to 512 concurrent client connections
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band
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