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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.
2011-06-03 IEEE releases 802.3bfTM Ethernet support
The Ethernet support for time synchronization protocols, IEEE 802.3bfTM-2011, has been ratified by IEEE as an amendment to the IEEE 802.3TM Ethernet standard.
2007-01-17 IEEE okays amendment on rail car electronics
The IEEE has approved an amendment to a rail transportation standard for low-voltage, circuit breaker switchgear.
2010-06-29 IEEE certifies 40-/100Gbit/s Ethernet standard
IEEE has ratified the IEEE 802.3ba, a new standard governing 40- and 100Gbit/s Ethernet operations
2005-06-06 IEEE 802.11i and wireless security
IEEE's wireless security amendment adds stronger encryption, authentication, and key management strategies that go a long way toward guaranteeing data and system security
2010-06-08 Mobile WiMAX PHY layer (RF) operation and measurement
This application note is intended for engineers developing and testing mobile or subscriber stations (MS or SS) and their components, based on the IEEE 802.16e OFDMA amendment to the 802.16-2004 standard.
2007-08-01 Combine security, affordability in 802.11 systems
By implementing strong Layer 2 pre-802.11i, followed by IEEE 802.11i-compliant products, 3eTI has bridged the gap to provide FIPS 140-2, 802.11i and WPA2 for security, interoperability and affordability of its wireless products
2008-07-18 Update: 60GHz group opposes Gbit Wi-Fi plan
The initiative to create a standards group to define a Gbit/s version of Wi-Fi is getting a significant push back from a separate group that sees conflict with its work in the 60GHz space.
2007-05-17 U.S. Senate bills seek to reform H-1B visa program
A pair of competing Senate bills would seek to reform the U.S. high-tech visa program by raising annual visa caps and stopping abuse of the visa program by overseas employers.
2013-09-02 Reducing device power consumption (Part 3)
Part 3 continues with the discussion on different network standby techniques to reduce power.
2013-08-26 Reducing device power consumption (Part 2)
In this instalment, we will focus on automated proxy.
2013-08-12 Reducing device power consumption (Part 1)
The first instalment discusses the embedded cyclical states and packet classification.
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.
2006-08-23 IEC recognizes Siemon's TERA as standard interface
IEC has recognized the interface based on Siemon's TERA connector as the standard interface for a new class of cabling.
2007-03-23 Hope fades for IC power standards union
The hoped-for-convergence between two rival IC low-power specifications will not likely take place anytime soon.
2012-06-19 Exposing 10GBase-T myths
Know the truths behind the myths surrounding 10GBase-T and the future of copper twisted-pair Ethernet applications.
2003-12-24 China's Wi-Fi security stance ruffling feathers
China's controversial decision to mandate a proprietary encryption scheme for Wi-Fi systems used within its borders has industry groups, chip makers, OEMs and even U.S. government officials scurrying for answers.
2014-12-16 AVnu Alliance amasses support for industrial, automotive IoT
Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is an expansion on Ethernet that targets industrial networking requirements, aiming to keep worst-case delays under 4us per hop (at 1Gb/s for short messages).
2006-07-26 Accellera approves new VHDL standard
Accellera announced that its members approved a new VHDL standard, a VHDL Applications Programming Interface (API) known as VHPI on June 28.
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