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2010-07-02 WLAN VoIP router offers 3G USB modem support
Broadcom Corp. is rolling out the Intensi-fi XLR WLAN VoIP router SoC platform solutions with enhanced features that include 3G support
2002-09-20 WLAN semiconductor market to see 29 percent growth
The worldwide WLAN semiconductor market will achieve a CAGR of 29 percent over the next five years, predicts market intelligence and advisory firm IDC
2003-06-30 WLAN semiconductor market to hit $1.1B in '07
The worldwide WLAN semiconductor market will increase at a 13 percent CAGR from 2002 to 2007, reaching $1.1 billion in revenues by 2007
2003-07-02 UMC, Spirea to produce WLAN radio chips
United Microelectronics Corp. has delivered Spirea AB's TripleTraC and gTraC WLAN radios using its 0.18?m RF CMOS process.
2005-06-22 UMC fabricates record-setting VCO using CMOS tech
Taiwan foundry United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) has fabricated a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) with a record-setting fundamental operating frequency of 105GHz using its 0.13?m RFCMOS process technology.
2006-02-09 Tower Semi churns out Atheros WLAN devices
Tower Semi announced that the company has begun the production of WLAN products for Atheros Communications
1999-09-09 Technology economics of standards based WLAN solutions and cost of ownership
Wireless LAN radio technology continues to advance in performance achieving Ethernet like data rates and is becoming ubiquitous serving a variety of voice and data applications in the 2.4GHz ISM band. Standards are starting to emerge, allowing equipment manufacturers to deliver cost effective interoperable WLAN systems. This paper describes the benefits of using integrated chipset solutions over discrete designs, which are standards driven
2005-01-03 Switch-mode PAs shine in WLAN designs
While some prefer silicon and BiCMOS processes, switched-mode GaAs power amps provide the best option for WLAN designs. Here's why
2007-12-12 ST moves chips to 45nm CMOS RF tech
STMicroelectronics has successfully manufactured the first functional devices to be built using the CMOS 45nm RF technology, which will be essential for next-generation WLAN applications.
2009-06-11 Single-chip WLAN solution supports up to 72Mbit/s
Qualcomm Inc. has released the WCN1312 single-chip, high-performance 802.11n-compliant WLAN solution for handsets and mobile devices
2002-08-22 SiGe Semi WLAN amplifier cuts current consumption by half
The SE2522L 2.4GHz power amplifier combines a SiGe architecture with power control circuitry to reduce current consumption by as much as 50 percent over competing products.
2010-02-18 RF CMOS switches handle 3G/4G smart phones
RF Micro Devices has successfully qualified and released its first high-power RF CMOS switch designed for next-generation 3G and 4G smart phones
2003-05-05 RF CMOS process supports basestation integration
Austriamicrosystems is providing foundry service for a 0.35?m RF-CMOS process licensed from Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Corp
2002-11-18 Resonext to provide Enterasys its WLAN chips
Resonext Communications Inc. has signed an agreement to supply 802.11a chipsets and reference designs to Enterasys Networks Inc.
2002-07-04 Resonext chips to power 5GHz WLAN modules
WLAN chip developer Resonext Communications Inc. has inked a deal to supply Japanese conglomerate Taiyo Yuden with IEEE 802.11a chipsets for use in commercial and consumer platforms
2004-06-08 Realtek WLAN solutions gets award in Computex
Realtek Semiconductor Corp. has announced that its dual-band (2.4-, 5GHz) triple-mode (IEEE 802.11a/b/g) integrated baseband processor/media access controller (BBP/MAC), and a RF chip, respectively coded RTL8185L and RTL8255, have won the "Best Choice of Computex-Taipei 2004".
2003-01-17 Realtek integrates WLAN, MAC into 128-pin LQFP
The RTL8180L single-chip 802.11b baseband processor and MAC is available in a 128-pin LQFP.
2005-02-02 Realtek highlights UWB CMOS RFIC transceiver
Realtek Semiconductor Corp. has developed a compact low-power CMOS RFIC transceiver for ultra-wideband (UWB) applications
2013-07-19 Pure-CMOS RF switch tweaked for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
RFaxis' RFX333 single-pole triple-throw switch is optimised for wireless applications requiring high linearity and low insertion loss.
2006-05-15 PA suits WLAN terminals
Renesas announced a 2.4 GHz/5GHz dual-band SiGe monolithic microwave IC as a power amplifier for WLAN terminal transmission power amplification
2005-03-25 Mobile WLAN chips debut
Texas Instruments announced what it calls the first single-chip 802.11a/b/g offering in a 90nm CMOS process
2005-07-07 Microsemi PAs support Realtek WLAN chipsets
Microsemi Corp. announced that its high-performance 802.11a/b/g power amplifiers (PA) are in reference designs supporting the latest series of dual-band WLAN chipsets from Taiwan-based Realtek Semiconductor Corp
2006-08-22 Marvell unveils 'first' WLAN plus Bluetooth solution
Marvell has announced the 88W8688, said to be world's first 90nm CMOS, WLAN plus Bluetooth single-chip solution.
2008-01-04 Marvell touts 'first' 450Mbit/s WLAN solution
Marvell has introduced the TopDog 11n-450, an 802.11n 3x3 WLAN solution with three spatial streams, and touted to be the first 802.11n chip operating at 450Mbit/s
2005-01-21 Lenovo slots in Atheros WLAN chips into new laptops
Lenovo Group Ltd (formerly Legend Computer), a PC vendor in China, has integrated Atheros Communications' single-chip 802.11g solution into new wireless-enabled laptops that will be sold in China and other markets.
2005-06-21 Intel unveils all-CMOS WLAN transceiver
Intel Corp. has used its 90nm process technology as the basis for an all-CMOS wireless LAN transceiver designed as a system-in-package (SiP
2007-02-16 Integrate RF signal chains with CMOS
Different technology challenges face handset designers and their suppliers in the race to integrate the RF signal chain.
2007-06-15 InGaP HBT vs. CMOS for mobile handset power amps
Selecting the right type of PA is one of the key decisions that can help achieve a compelling design that delivers a competitive advantage.
2004-07-16 Engim upgrades multiport WLAN AP chipset
Engim is hoping to boost adoption of its multichannel access point technology with the release of its second-generation wideband WLAN chipset
2004-08-02 Design challenges in next-gen WLAN architectures
Solution providers take diverse roads for WLAN. Success lies in identifying architectural issues that span RF and DSP domains
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