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2015-12-22 WRC-15 spectrum decisions reach consensus
There was lively interest in and a surprisingly high level of agreement in deliberations around the fate of the 700MHz and sub-700MHz bands during the recent WRC-15.
2008-05-07 EC pressed to allot 25% of UHF spectrum for mobile broadband
Spectrum Value Partners urges European Commission to allocate 25 percent of the UHF band to mobile broadband services to enjoy at least $147 billion financial boost over the next 20 years.
2007-05-08 Smallest' UHF antenna chip rolls for mobile TV
Siano Mobile Silicon and Vishay Intertechnology have teamed up to develop what they say is the world's smallest UHF antenna chip for mobile DTV applications
2007-11-20 UHF TV bandwidth made available to mobile operators
After a month-long meeting, the World Radiocommunications Conference has reached a compromise that gives mobile service providers access to bandwidth reserved for TV broadcasts.
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.
2008-10-22 Low-power UHF RFID readers trim BOM
austriamicrosystems, in partnership with BeeDar Technology, has unveiled the latest BDUR-002 mid-range UHF RFID reader
2007-03-20 GSM group requests for more mobile-TV spectrum
Europe's mobile network operators have called on governments and regulators for more spectrum to be made available for the provision of mobile TV, echoing one of the findings in the final report of the European Mobile Broadcasting Council
2007-12-04 EU oks spectrum farming for 3G, cool to DVB-H mandate
The proposal to open Europe's 900-1,800MHz radio frequencies to 3G and other mobile phone services has been endorsed by European Union telecommunications ministers, but the proposal to mandate DVB-H for mobile TV in Europe did not get much support.
2008-10-16 White spaces marked off as wireless arena
When the U.S. DTV switchover takes place, white spaces scattered throughout the 54MHz to 698MHz region of the RF spectrum will be available for use. A range war is raging over how this should be done. Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Motorola and public-interest groups and media companies have created the Wireless Innovation Alliance (WIA) to sort it out
2009-05-11 Telecom Malaysia may bid on DTV spec
Telekom Malaysia Bhd is mulling over bidding for the digital TV transmission spectrum that will grant the company entry to the DTV business, according to local news agency Bernama
2013-02-14 M2M transceiver chip running Weightless spec debuts
Developed by Weightless SIG member Neul, the chip is capable of tuning across the entire UHF TV white space spectrum and draws very little power while delivering long range wireless connectivity.
2011-07-04 Neul's $12.8M fund to support M2M radio trials
Neul has raised $12.8 million from a venture capital syndicate, an amount that would support ongoing wireless data trials to assess the viability of the TV white-space spectrum for M2M communications
2008-07-03 Will China mobile TV take off in time for Olympics?
Looks like China's much much-touted mobile TV broadcast service will crawl its way to the Beijing Olympic Games in August, as it is missing one leg.
2008-08-06 Now showing: Olympics on analog TV
How many people in China will watch the Beijing Olympic Games on mobile phones? Plenty, but most will not tune in to China's fledgling digital mobile TV broadcasts. Instead, they will use the old-school analog signals.
2009-11-17 MediaFLO gets Japan MIC nod
Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has recognized MediaFLO technology as one of the two technologies for nationwide mobile multimedia broadcasting services in the country.
2007-10-10 Long-read-range RFID inlays come in compact form
Omron's Scorpion RFID inlay is designed to seize the growing section of the RFID tag market that demands long read range in a compact form factor.
2007-07-20 EC grants green light to DVB-H mobile TV spec
The European Commission (EC) has called for member states and the industry to push ahead the implementation of DVB-H spec for mobile TV as fast as possible.
2006-08-01 China writes its own DTV standard
After years of rivalry and numerous delays, China is poised to roll out a long-awaited standard for terrestrial DTV. The standard signals the beginning of the end for small Chinese trials of Europe's DVB-T standard, and it adds another rival to the mix for mobile-TV services in China.
2006-06-28 China comes up with own DTV standard
China's terrestrial DTV standard is finally coming out, and it will cover fixed and mobile terminals, eventually serving half of the country's TV viewers.
2002-10-22 Toshiba tailors RF devices for digital TV tuners
Preparing for the emergence of digital TV receiver as the standard broadcast format in the latter half of this decade, Toshiba America Electronic Components is introducing a series of RF components that equip TV receiver tuners for DTV reception.
2005-01-19 TI, Impinj agree to work together on RFID standard update
Fabless semiconductor startup Impinj Inc., whose patented Self-Adaptive Silicon technology is being applied to radio frequency identification (RFID) products, has agreed to cooperate with Texas Instruments Inc. on the development of products that are compliant with a standard ratified by EPCglobal Inc., according to Impinj.
2008-06-24 Solving the most difficult RFID testing challenges
Recent advances in submicron CMOS promise to make RFID technology more ubiquitous. This can be seen in the increasing amount of embedded RFID, the founding of the Ubiquitous ID Center and T-Engine Forum, as well as the support of the GSM Association to embed Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities into cellular phones.
2005-08-26 Samsung to offer a DVB-H chipset
Targeting the emerging TV-on-mobile market based on the DVB-H standard, Samsung Electronics announced early this week a new DVB-H front-end chipset.
2005-08-24 Samsung develops complete DVB-H solution
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed a digital video broadcasting for handhelds (DVB-H) front-end chipset.
2011-04-14 RFID solutions boast improved performance, low cost
Alien Technology has introduced a trio of high-performance, business-class technologies: the Higgs 4 IC, ALH-900x family of mobile handheld readers and Squiggle inlay.
2014-11-28 RF bands for TV can enable 'super Wi-Fi'
Many lower frequency bands that were previously used for TV are being used less and less. Such bands are highly suited for penetrating obstacles and are ideal for longer range networks.
2007-02-01 Mobile TV outlook remains dim
The immediate outlook remains dim for solving the tangled web of problems tripping up broadcast mobile TV.
2006-11-01 Incompatibility slows mobile TV uptake
As mobile TV gears up in earnest, operators and handset vendors are finally coming to grips with a slew of problems that are impeding its uptakeincluding some of their own making.
2011-07-29 IEEE launches 802.22 WRAN standard
The 802.22 WRAN standard by IEEE can get deliver up to 22Mbit/s per channel and can reach over 100km without any disturbances.
2014-04-10 HEVC goes mainstream, enables up to 8K content
High efficiency video coding and other solutions have cropped up to enable ultra HD or 4K content streaming from devices ranging from set-top boxes to smartphones.
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