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2006-03-01 Wireless USB scheme attains 480Mbps
Wisair's Wireless USB dongle and hub reference design will let consumer equipment such as printers, scanners and cellular devices connect to a USB-enabled PC at rates of up to 480Mbps.
2006-12-01 Wibree turns handsets into sensor gateways
Nokia unveiled last month Wibree, which aims to develop a low-power extension to Bluetooth for a short-range wireless sensor link.
2006-01-20 UWB task group agrees to disagree
As expected, the IEEE 802.15.3a ultrawideband task group voted this week to disband, ending three years of bitter debate.
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.
2006-03-01 Smart radios stretch spectrum
The wireless industry has embraced the belief that cognitive is the next big thing after software-defined radio.
2006-12-19 Samsung: 4G is WiMAX
Samsung stated at its Mobile Summit that the future of wireless is mobile WiMAX.
2007-02-01 Samsung bets on WiMAX as future tech
Samsung made its case for mobile WiMAX as the future of wireless at its second annual Mobile Summit in New York City last December.
2006-07-31 Multimedia to inspire new architectural approaches to IC designsw
Panelists at last week's Design Automation Conference predicted the rise of new architectural approaches to IC design that go way beyond the scaling approaches that they said only provided a temporary solution.
2006-04-28 Intel backs Z-Wave in wireless home automation bid
Intel Capital announced a strategic investment in Zensys, developer of the Z-Wave wireless mesh networking technology.
2006-04-11 Freescale, Motorola leave UWB Forum
Freescale Semiconductor is pulling out of the UWB Forum which it co-founded with Motorola and Pulse-Link.
2006-03-01 Ethernet's inventor sounds off
Bob Metcalfe has seen it all in 40 years on the front lines of technology.
2006-02-01 Carriers lock on to soft radio
With deployments afoot among carriers worldwide, the technology is winding its way from the lab to the street.
2003-02-20 Zhone acquires NEC Eluminant
Zhone Technologies Inc. has purchased NEC Eluminant Technologies Inc. for an undisclosed amount.
2002-12-19 Zarlink offers high-voltage process for foundry work
Zarlink Semiconductor Inc. has introduced a commercial foundry service for producing analog chips based on its high-performance, high-voltage process.
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.
2005-07-15 Wisair rolls out first UWB-based wireless USB baseband chip
Wisair has released the first multiband OFDM-compliant baseband chip for wireless USB based on the WiMedia specification.
2004-04-14 Wisair demos first MB-OFDM UWB transceiver
Wisair has unveiled and demonstrated the first ultrawideband transceiver to meet the physical-layer requirements of the multiband-OFDM specs.
2009-04-06 Wireless, MEMS advancements boost energy harvesting
What has really changed energy harvesting in the last two decades? The answer, in sum, is a confluence of the development of wireless and lower power electronics, along with advancements in sensors and MEMS.
2005-06-06 Wireless will get tougherbut more interesting
Unfortunately, while it may seem that going wireless should be getting easier, it's actually going to get tougher going forward for the non-RF expert as the FCC opens the door to new innovations
2004-10-12 Wireless will get tougher but more interesting
Unfortunately, while it may seem that going wireless should be getting easier; it's actually going to get tougher going forward for the non-RF expert as the FCC opens the door to new innovations.
2004-04-22 Wireless security tops U.S.-China trade talks
China and the United States will square off in Washington on Wednesday (April 21, 2004) for the annual U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, a forum where officials haggle over trade disputes and promote commercial agendas.
2004-11-25 Wireless modem chip doubles channels
Wireless-chip startup Provigent Inc. is aiming to lower the cost of establishing a point-to-point broadband wireless connection with the PVG310, a single-chip modem that uses cross-polarization interface cancellation (XPIC) technology to double channel capacity.
2007-01-15 WiMAX, metro Wi-Fi beat cellular on power efficiency
WiMAX and metro Wi-Fi are both more energy cost effective than cellular, according to a report by ABI Research.
2005-05-25 WiMax upheaval on course
Read an update on WiMax broadband access technology.
2005-10-19 WiMax race intensifies with chips, mini-PCI kits
Sequans and Wavesat are unveiling this week a chip set and a mini-PCI card reference kit to accelerate WiMax development and deployment.
2009-02-04 Will $20 laptop solve India's education woes?
The $20 laptop unveiled by India's Tata is symbolic at so many levels of both the opportunity and the problem with "designing for India," that it's hard to know where to begin in weighing its chances for success.
2004-12-16 Wavesat ships WiMax baseband chip
Wavesat announced in Taiwan early this week that it is shipping what it claims is the first WiMax baseband chip.
2002-05-22 Vivace multiservice IP switches scale to 2.5Tbps
A multiservice IP switch family from Vivace Networks Inc. allows per-flow control and per-channel scheduling of as many as 256 interfaces operating at up to 10Gbps.
2002-09-25 Video IC supports 30fps at low bit rates
ViXS Systems Inc. is sampling a chip that promises to deliver video at 30fps over multiple channels.
2004-07-06 Verizon buys Qwest's spectrum and network assets
In the latest example of cellular market consolidation, Verizon Wireless agreed Thursday (July 1, 2004) to buy the spectrum and network assets of Qwest Communications International for $418 million.
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