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What is Wibree?
Wibree is a digital radio technology developed by Nokia. It is intended to become an open radio standard that will enable connectivity between mobile devices or PCs, and devices powered by button-cell batteries. It operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band and within a 10m range.
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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.
2006-12-07 Wibree market to hit $500M by 2011
The market for Wibree products can reach $513 million by 2011 if five key requirements are met within the same timeframe, reported ABI Research.
2007-06-14 Nokia's Wibree is now ultralow-power Bluetooth
The Bluetooth SIG and Nokia Corp. announced that the Wibree forum, the group specifying the Nokia-developed ultra low power wireless technology, will be merged with the Bluetooth SIG.
2006-10-19 Nokia touts Wibree as open industry initiative
Nokia introduced the Wibree radio technology as an open industry initiative that complements close range communication up to 10m with Bluetooth while keeping energy consumption at minimum.
2007-01-26 2.4GHz products to dominate wireless HID sector
There will be a market shift for the wireless human interface device (HID) segment in 2008 as shipments of 2.4GHz-based products will outstrip those running at 27MHz.
2007-11-01 Wireless networks pave way for e-health era
Today's services controlled by physicians and hospitals will give way to a new model in which consumers directly access devices and services on the Internet or their emerging home and personal area networks.
2007-07-04 Ultrasmall antenna suits wireless 2.4GHz apps
Antenova Ltd announced the addition of Fusca 2.4GHz antennathe smallest in the gigaNOVA range of standard antennas.
2007-09-03 ULP Bluetooth spawns lower-power apps
The Bluetooth specification is probably the most successful short-range wireless technology in use today, as ULP Bluetooth connectivity has opened up.
2007-08-23 TSMC begins 0.13? embedded flash production
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd (TSMC) has qualified its 0.13? embedded flash process and has entered production.
2008-04-02 TI loads A-GPS, Bluetooth, ULP, FM on one chip
TI is launching at week's CTIA wireless conference the NaviLink 6.0, said to be the first chip to integrate A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 and ULP, as well as FM capability.
2009-11-20 Paving the way to strong sensor, control nets
By using a combination of standards for the radio and software stacks, developers can avail themselves of a strong, clear roadmap to the future of low-power wireless sensor networks.
2007-06-01 Hearing aids get makeover with wireless
The humble hearing aid is going stereo and getting linked to cellphones and MP3 players, moves that could turn this badge of old age into a gizmo with the cachet of a Bluetooth ear clip.
2008-01-11 Four-way battle looms in Wi-Fi arena
Right now, the main contenders in the Wi-Fi chips race are Broadcom, Marvell, Texas Instruments and Atheros Communications.
2008-10-01 Designers give Bluetooth more brawn
Even though 10 years have passed since the formation of the Bluetooth SIG, the technology behind Bluetooth is by no means stagnant, as designers strive for better performance, lower power consumption, increased range, and decreased size and costs.
2008-04-16 CSR ULP Bluetooth eyes medical apps
Wireless chip specialist CSR plc has for the first time demonstrated the Ultra Low Power (ULP) Bluetooth in silicon, targeted at a medical application.
2007-11-12 Cellphone processor bundles 3G protocols
NXP Semiconductors' programmable vector processor enables mobile devices to support multimode and multistandard platforms as well as providing flexibility for emerging telecom standards.
2014-03-31 Bluetooth Smart charts course to widespread IoT adoption
Bluetooth Smart's adoption rate in mobile devices saw an acceleration over the period of 2010 through 2013. This year, TechInsights expects a full adoption as uses in wellness and wearable expand.
2009-12-24 Bluetooth 4.0 packs low-energy modes
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has adopted the Bluetooth Core Specification Version 4.0, which includes low-energy modes.
2009-04-23 Bluetooth 3.0 rides 24Mbit/s over 802.11
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has released the Bluetooth 3.0 specification supporting data rates up to 24Mbit/s over a shared 802.11 radio.
2006-08-15 ADI announces Q3 results
Analog Devices announced revenue of $663.7 million for Q3 of fiscal 2006, an increase of approximately 14 percent compared to the same period one year ago.
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