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What is USB?
The Universal Serial Bus or USB is a communications architecture that allows a PC to interconnect various devices using a simple four-wire cable. A standard interface allows data rates of 12Mbps.
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2006-06-26 Vendors working to make WUSB a standard
Wireless USB solutions are being developed by a number of vendors to eliminate USB cable tethers.
2005-07-25 UWB protocol analyzer decodes WiMedia, WUSB protocols
LeCroy has announced the UWBTracer, claimed to be the industry's first protocol analyzer that supports the new ultra wideband WiMedia and Wireless USB standards.
2006-09-22 NXP integrates WUSB in new device controller
The new WUSB device controller from NXP is based on the Certified Wireless USB specification, and features 32Kbytes of ROM and 96Kbytes of configurable RAM for data and buffering.
2006-10-10 DWA chip connects wired USB peripherals to Certified WUSB systems
NEC Electronics and its subsidiaries have announced the availability of samples of a new device wire adapter LSI chip to enable the connection of wired USB peripherals to systems based on the Certified Wireless USB specification.
2005-11-02 Wireless USB tools to address ultra-wideband development, test
New protocol analysis and traffic-generation tools promise to provide insight at each stage of a product's development lifecycle.
2006-10-11 Testing tools roll for Certified Wireless USB devices
Agilent announced it is shipping key test equipment and software necessary to verify operation of devices based on Certified Wireless USB.
2008-11-24 Staccato, Artimi combine, gain financing
Staccato Communications has completed a merger with Artimi Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, the combined entity will maintain the Staccato Communications name.
2006-12-13 Samsung invests $4M in UWB company
Alereon Inc. has received a $4 million cash infusion from Samsung Venture Investment Corp. for further development of UWB and WUSB PHY chips.
2007-01-01 Handhelds, autos focus on consumer experience
As new portable devices emerge, the attention shifts to wireless connectivity, storage, audio and portable-related technologies as well as power consumption and interference hurdles.
2006-11-02 Bluetooth devices to hit 1.5 billion units by 2010, says report
The number of systems shipping this year with Bluetooth could double the 250 million units sold in 2005 and hit 1.5 billion units by 2010, according to IMS Research.
2006-06-08 Wireless USB SiP includes development kit
Staccato Communications is debuting a reference design kit for developers of Certified Wireless USB HWA and DWA designs.
2006-07-04 UWB compliance software targets wireless USB
LeCroy has its new MB-OFDM ultra-wideband (UWB) compliance software solution, part of the company's product lines designed to allow users to test the new wireless USB standard.
2008-04-10 Gyro sensors power next-gen PC mouse
A gyro-based mouse is an easy-to-use pointing and control system based on free-space movements and gestures.
2006-07-01 Clash in the PAN as formats multiply
Too many personal-area networks are trying to crowd into the digital home. At the recent Windows Hardware Engineering Conference, Microsoft Corp. disclosed its efforts to help build at least two of them.
2006-11-09 CE vendors form group to join digital living room duel
Last week, six top consumer electronics vendors formed the WirelessHD group to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps.
2007-11-01 Behold the power of USB
An obvious advantage of having USB as the universal connector in mobile apps is its cost-effectiveness. In the years to come, more and more consumer electronic products will indeed be powered by USB, making the promise of USB power come to life.
2006-01-04 Alereon, Samyoung team for WiMedia PHY modules
Alereon has teamed up with Samyoung Electronics to develop tightly integrated PHY modules based on Alereon's AL4000 range of UWB devices for WiMedia and wireless USB apps.
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