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2012-03-02 Small cells boast not-so-small features
The SmartCell from Ruckus claims to relieve access, backhaul and core capacity pressures while enhancing and extending macro networks even in dense areas.
2013-07-01 Selecting RF protocols for ISM applications
Here are the pros and cons of each of the five leading RF protocols used for ISM applications.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2011-06-06 Qualcomm, Wilocity partner for WiFi chip
Qualcomm Atheros and Wilocity have partnered for the release of AR9004TB, which is said to be the industry's first tri-band chipset.
2005-07-21 Nortel works with Wi-Mesh alliance to standardize WLAN worldwide
Nortel and other members of the Wi-Mesh Alliance are working together to help standardize mesh WLAN around the world to promote interoperability of a wide range of wireless communication devices and services.
2006-12-18 New tech breaks into network specs war
Six top CE vendors formed the WirelessHD group in October to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps.
2010-10-19 New MCU/MPU modules, peripherals debut
Freescale releases new processor modules, peripheral modules for Tower System development platform
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.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2008-03-19 Motorola heralds arrival of all-wireless office
Looking to challenge Cisco Systems in the wireless enterprise networking market, Motorola has released two new products!a WLAN switch and an adaptive access point with three radios!while trumpeting the arrival, at last, of the all-wireless office.
2007-02-09 Low-end handsets will soon have smartphone features
Texas Instruments announced an IC that will offer WLAN, Bluetooth, and FM transmitter/receiver technology on a single chip and said its goal is to get the capabilities to the mass market.
2007-02-16 Home network remains unconquered
Last month's Consumer Electronics Show was brimming with home networking concepts and technologies but in many respects, the digital home is still untamed territory.
2009-10-30 High-rate Bluetooth opts for 60GHz
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has dropped plans to use the UWB technology it acquired from the WiMedia Alliance, and is now conducting due diligence on 60GHz technology
2015-10-16 DiY IoT: Let's talk WiFi
In today's post, we will talk about WiFi!a few general concepts about it, its relationship to the CC3200, some practical ways to use it, and lastly, a little step-by-step project.
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.
2011-01-04 CES 2011 Fearless Forecasts
Tablets, home-networked TVs, hybrid home networks, home automation and Android are among Rick Merritt's top picks in his forecast for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 in Las Vegas next week.
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.
2006-11-09 CE giants push 60GHz high-def home nets
Six top consumer electronics companies are defining a 60GHz radio technology to bring high definition media to the home network.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
2007-07-16 Bluetooth, Wi-Fi: No brawl over 2.4GHz
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi attach rates are growing rapidly, but a problem is brewing with the rapid adoption of both technologies: 802.11g and Bluetooth share the same, 2.4GHz unlicensed spectrum!opening the door to interference that can compromise performance.
2013-10-30 Analyst: Wireless network market keeps uphill climb
IC Insights revealed that unit shipments of WiFi-enabled equipment surged 54 per cent in 2010, followed by 46 per cent in 2011, 36 per cent in 2012, and expects further growth in the coming years.
2011-12-14 Alliance gears up for 60GHz software specs
WiGig announced it has formed a working group to define the upper software layers for devices that use its technology and will define software standards any WiGig system will need to use for specific functions.
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.
2008-07-10 60GHz spec conflicts remain unsettled
Despite two meetings, the standards groups that aim to establish separate Gbit-class nets at 60GHz!one for Wi-Fi and the other for high-speed personal area network (PAN) ! are apparently still at loggerheads.
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