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2005-12-12 WiMedia group pushes alternate route for UWB standard
The WiMedia Alliance has by-passed the IEEE standardization process for UWB networking, and its physical and Media Access Control layers have been approved as the basis of a global UWB standard by Ecma International.
2007-05-01 WiMedia for high-bandwidth comms
The key to the WiMedia form of UWB is that it can leverage existing markets surrounding USB, Bluetooth and IPs. WiMedia radios can support one or all of these schemes simultaneously.
2009-03-18 WiMedia Alliance to cease operations
The WiMedia Alliance will transfer all current and future specifications to the Bluetooth SIG, Wireless USB Promoter Group and the USB Implementers Forum. After the successful completion of the tech transfer and other items, the WiMedia Alliance will cease operations.
2004-05-10 WiMedia Alliance supports MBOA UWB specs
The WiMedia Alliance has endorsed the MultiBand OFDM Alliance (MBOA) ultrawideband specifications for use with the WiMedia Convergence Platform.
2006-10-13 WiMedia Alliance launches China chapter
The WiMedia Alliance announced the official opening its chapter in China to facilitate work with Chinese regulators in allowing ultra-wideband in their country.
2007-10-10 WiMedia Alliance intros first UWB-certified products
The WiMedia Alliance has certified the first products that have successfully completed both phases of the Alliance's compliance and interoperability testing of its UWB Common Radio Platform.
2007-12-19 WiMedia Alliance heads calls for spectrum division
To avoid a fight over bandwidth on unlicensed frequencies, the industry needs to carve up spectrum bands based on what applications best fit in them, says Stephen Wood, president of the WiMedia Alliance.
2006-08-25 WiMedia Alliance completes fourth PHY interoperability testing
The WiMedia Alliance announced that it has completed its fourth PHY interoperability testing, which signals the Alliance's progress in completing its PHY Test Specification which readies products for the next stage of testing of WiMedia's certified common radio platform.
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.
2007-07-10 UWB chipset handles Wireless USB, Bluetooth, WiMedia
Alereon has started to sample the first UWB chipsets able to meet all regulatory requirements worldwide for applications based on Certified Wireless USB, Bluetooth and WiMedia.
2002-09-06 Technology leaders establish WiMedia Alliance
Nine leading technology companies have formed the WiMedia Alliance to develop and adopt standards-based specifications for connecting personal area and wireless multimedia devices.
2005-11-22 Software helps peer into UWB, WiMedia
Tektronix extended its TDS6000C series of 15GHz realtime oscilloscopes' debug and analysis capabilities to include analysis of UWB RF and electrical signals.
2007-08-22 Faraday to unveil H.264, WiMedia solutions at ESC-Taiwan
At the7th ESC-Taiwan event, Faraday Technology will showcase its latest platform-based solutions targeted at H.264 and WiMedia applications.
2005-12-13 Ecma's new UWB standard based on WiMedia platform
The WiMedia Alliance announced that Ecma International's newly released standard for UWB technology is based on the WiMedia ultra wideband common radio platform.
2007-09-03 Deal with WiMedia coexistence issues
Interference is inevitable as incumbent systems share the 3-5GHz band with WiMedia UWB, but there are a variety of techniques that allow performance to be optimized to high levels of coexistence.
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.
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.
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.
2006-03-01 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.
2006-06-26 Vendors working to make WUSB a standard
Wireless USB solutions are being developed by a number of vendors to eliminate USB cable tethers.
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones?
2007-03-23 UWB platform approved as ISO/IEC standard
The WiMedia Alliance announced that the WiMedia UWB Common Radio Platform has been approved for release as an ISO/IEC International Standard.
2005-09-28 UWB PHY device combines RF, BB components in single chip
Realtek Semiconductor announced it is entering the UWB market with the RTL8170, a highly integrated, high performance UWB PHY solution based on the WiMedia Alliance PHY specification.
2005-12-09 UWB designs get performance boost
WiQuest Communications unveiled its Gigabit UWB chipset, which includes the WQST110 WiMedia-compatible UWB chip and the WQST101 RF transceiver chip.
2007-01-19 UWB antenna suppresses out-of-band noise
The ability of Omron's UWB antenna to suppress out-of-band noise by 50 percent or more enables high-quality communications between wireless USB dongles, hubs, PCs, mobile equipment and digital home appliances.
2005-09-01 Ultrawideband chip tackles video distribution
General Atomics expands UWB options with its new Aspen chip.
2009-11-23 The path to gigabit-per-second wireless
When WiMedia stumbled, the path to gigabit-per-second wireless suddenly became not clear anymore. All eyes turnedor should have turnedto 60GHz.
2008-07-01 Test highlights Bluetooth issues
IMT-2000 and 802.11 radios will interfere with each other unless they are located approximately 8m apart for 2.6GHz and 16m apart at 2.3GHz.
2005-09-29 Taiwan's Realtek enters UWB chip market
Home networking specialist Realtek Semiconductor Corp. is breaking into the nascent market for ultrawideband devices with a physical layer chip based on the WiMedia Alliance PHY specification.
2005-09-28 Synopsys, Alereon demonstrate interoperability for wireless USB tech
Synopsys Inc. and Alereon have announced the interoperability testing between Alereon's WiMedia UWB compatible physical layer (PHY) and the Synopsys DesignWare cores Wireless Universal Serial Bus (WiUSB) device controller IP, based on the certified Wireless USB specification from the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF).
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