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What is a resistor network?
A circuit containing only resistors, ideal current sources, and ideal voltage sources. This means that relationships between current and voltage are linear.
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2006-12-01 MediaFlex NG delivers 802.11 to home networks
Ruckus Networks Inc.'s MediaFlex NG is being marketed to carriers with advanced management features for tracking traffic while supporting multiple service set identifiers.
2006-10-02 Media-oriented networks require CMPs
Communications and media processors meet the stringent requirements needed for delivering multimedia content.
2007-08-01 Media server platform rolls for home networks
Freescale's media server reference platform offers service providers and consumers the ability to process, secure and distribute multiple streams of rich digital content throughout the home.
2005-06-15 Media converters address increasing need for speed in networks
Transition Networks expanded its Just Convert-It line of stand-alone media converters with the release of its new Gigabit Ethernet copper-to-fiber converter
2007-03-01 Maximize throughput in HSDPA networks via receive diversity
To realize HSDPA peak rates under actual radio conditions, cellular devices must utilize more advanced radio solutions.
2011-11-16 Making low power possible in wireless sensor networks
Find out why low power features and integration of modules in a single chip are vital for a rugged and efficient node development.
2014-09-10 LTE-Advanced deployments: End of unreliable mobile networks
Nokia Networks, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent migrated to LTE-Advanced with an upgrade to their respective small base stations to improve mobile coverage in small commercial buildings.
2012-09-21 LSI, Microsemi partner to up performance of mobile networks
The team up aims to lower the costs of mobile backhaul by integrating the Microsemi IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol into the LSI Axxia multi-core communication processors.
2009-09-10 LSI, Aricent push next-generation networks
LSI Corp. and Aricent have expanded their strategic collaboration to accelerate the deployment of wireless and wireline networking infrastructure and enterprise networking systems.
2008-08-15 LSI gives networks extra security boost
LSI Corp. introduces the latest additions to its high-performance security library.
2011-05-13 Logic chip supports high-performance networks
Tabula and Algo-Logic Systems have launched the TSE100x1 packet search engine device that enables packet lookup functions for internet protocol and improves wireless network switch systems.
2004-03-02 KT CEO calls for fiber in access networks
South Korea's experience with broadband access since 1998 indicates how fiber can play a critical role in access systems, said Yong-Kyung Lee, president and chief executive of Korea Telecom Corp., in a keynote speech opening the Optical Fiber Communication conference.
2005-04-29 Kodiak Networks, Samsung to team on wireless handsets
Kodiak Networks, a supplier of advanced wireless voice systems, has announced a global strategic licensing and marketing agreement with Samsung Electronics to develop and market handsets.
2010-10-20 Knowledge-based processor supports IPv6 networks
NetLogic debuts NL10k knowledge-based processor, capable of 1.6 billion decisions per second
2004-06-23 KDDI deploys Calient Networks photonic switches
KDDI Corp. has commercially deployed the Calient DiamondWave PXC photonic switch as the core optical switch element in the new R&D Testbed Network JGN II for the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), an incorporated administrative agency in Japan.
2003-09-30 Juniper Networks opens Indian software center
Juniper Networks Inc. is opening a technology center in India that will focus on software development and systems testing.
2005-05-19 Israeli group buys Laurel Networks for $88 million
Israeli telecom equipment supplier ECI Telecom has acquired Edge router and broadband remote access server specialist Laurel Networks for $88 million in cash.
2004-05-19 IP Infusion, Greenfield Networks announce routing suite
IP Infusion and Greenfield Networks have announced the availability of the IP Infusion ZebOS Advanced Routing Suite software for the Greenfield Packetry switching family and its reference design systems - GH3032 and GH6000.
2012-06-21 IP cores cut opex, capex in networks
The expanded line of FEC IP cores from Xilinx include GFEC, EFEC and high gain FEC solutions extend the distance of a transmission while decreasing the number of regenerators along the route.
2006-08-21 IP core speeds design of Interlaken-based networks
Three major electronics firms have teamed up to develop the first FPGA-based Interlaken IP core aimed at accelerating the design of network systems applying the Interlaken protocol.
2016-05-13 IoT networks tip growth spurt for high performance processors
IHS revealed that as the PC and smartphone markets begin to stagnate, the computer and applications-processor suppliers are aggressively looking for adjacent markets such as IoT networking.
2015-08-12 IoT networks surface: Tackling coverage, cost issues
Existing long range M2M networks generally use wired or cellular links that are widely available but too expensive to be profitable, but will likely have the coverage needed to spark widespread use.
2003-09-05 Interphase multiprotocol solution unites networks
Interphase Corp. has released the iNAV 9200 multiprotocol gateway solution that is an intelligent, standalone 1U system.
2004-10-28 Intel, Clearwire to devise networks based on WiMAX
Intel Corp. and Clearwire Inc. on Monday (Oct. 25) said they will jointly develop and deploy wireless broadband capabilities using WiMAX networks.
2006-10-20 Intel WiMAX chip supports mobile networks
Intel has announced the availability of Intel WiMAX Connection 2250, the company's next-generation SoC and its first designed to support mobile networks in addition to fixed networks.
1999-10-13 Integrating spectrum in D-AMPS/IS-136 wireless networks
This paper discusses the cross-banding technique developed by Ericsson that offers the possibility of combining both frequency bands seamlessly in the same network infrastructure, increasing the capacity of an existing 800MHz network.
2002-01-17 Initiative looks to drive 40Gbps optical networks
Component and systems vendors have allied to promote 40Gbps networking, hoping to convince carriers that the technology is feasible both in its economics and its complex physics.
2002-09-06 InfiniCon partners with Sanmina for next-gen networks
InfiniCon Systems has selected Sanmina-SCI to provide manufacturing, test, and order fulfillment of its Shared I/O System.
2002-05-24 Infineon MAC implements SRP for ring-based networks
Infineon Technologies AG has unveiled the Rhea Resilient Packet Ring MAC that implements the Spatial Reuse Protocol (SRP) for ring-based fiber-optic networks.
2005-07-04 Industrial networks move to standards
Hardware interfaces and software protocols are highly flexible; however, designers need to be cognizant of the limitations of each in an industrial environment.
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