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2014-10-28 Alliance beefs up efforts on 2.5/5G Ethernet specifications
The NBASE-T Alliance will specify 2.5Gbit/s and 5Gbit/s rates over Cat5e and Cat6 cables with power-over-Ethernet to extend the life of the installed cable plant.
2003-03-19 Agere, Ubicom partner on WLAN solutions
Agere Systems Inc. and Ubicom Inc. have collaborated to jointly deliver 802.11b/WiFi reference designs.
2015-10-26 Accelerated data path sol'n to ease CPU traffic from cloud
The ARMADA-385 ADP from Marvell delivers 5Gb/s of packet acceleration and promises an improved user experience, higher throughput and greater support for service providers and routers.
2008-03-27 802.11n solutions roll from Extricom
Wireless networking vendor Extricom on Tuesday unveiled a new suite of products based on the 802.11n draft 2.0 WLAN standard.
2007-01-17 802.11n devices are fully compatible with .11b/g
SMC Networks claims its line of wireless networking products put the performance of 802.11n within reach while keeping .11b/g clients in the loop.
2015-03-25 5GHz power amplifier module cuts cost for WLAN-based designs
The SST11CP22 from Microchip Technology claims to offer 19dBm linear output power at 1.8 per cent dynamic error vector magnitude (EVM) with MCS9 80MHz bandwidth modulation.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi
2006-08-01 Voting exposes cracks in IEEE process
The IEEE's temporary suspension of activities at the 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Working Group has unmasked festering policy problems within the broader 802 standards effort
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2004-06-15 Stop approving 'unnecessary' specs, Philips exec pleads
A Philips Semiconductor executive told the Wireless Connectivity Conference here on Thursday (June 10, 2004) to hold the line on new wireless standards.
2014-01-23 Some companies still see potential in USB flash drives
Increasing use of Wi-Fi and cloud services has led to reduced use of USB flash drives, but some companies still see potential in the devices
2009-07-03 SoCs get digital photo frames connected
Conexant Systems Inc. has released the first in a planned series of new SoC solutions targeted at the growing market for "connected" digital photo frames and interactive display appliances.
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2013-04-12 Resolve wireless sensor network issues
Multichannel time-synchronised mesh networks based on 802.15.4 radios address several concerns in building wireless sensor networks.
2013-03-22 Readers' top product picks of 2012
The top ten most read product announcements of EE Times Asia's engineering community.
2008-01-04 Ralink tips low power, 'smallest' 802.11n chips
Ralink has released new 802.11n single chips, the RT3080 that enables Wi-Fi in handheld/mobile devices and the RT3070, claimed to be the smallest 802.11n USB single chip
2006-09-01 Pushing past trials, WiMAX footprint grows
If the optimistic market analyses are correct, WiMAX could nab nine million subscribers worldwide by 2009, not counting infrastructure applications in cellular backhaul.
2013-01-24 Miracast vs. UltraGig battle continues to brew
While the debate over divergent wired and wireless home networking schemes and standards rages on, one wireless application stood out at the International CES: Miracast.
2008-03-03 Maximize multiband handset performance
Cellphones have moved rapidly from dual-band to tri-band to even quad-band. Also, cellphones need to handle various signals for peripheral radios such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS. Ultimately, it is the RF switch that must be capable of switching up to nine paths of high-power RF signals with low insertion loss, high isolation and exceptional linearity to realize the necessary multiband performance
2007-03-21 Malaysia rolls 2.3GHz broadband exercise
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission announced the successful applicants for the 2.3GHz broadband wireless access spectrum tender exercise
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands.
2008-08-25 Intel drives to unify 60GHz spec
Intel Corp. researchers are working on a new approach to gigabit-class wireless networks that would unify existing efforts at 60GHz.
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
2008-06-06 Groups to discuss 60GHz band conflict
Engineers who want to draft a standard for Gbit-class Wi-Fi will be using the same 60GHz spectrum that is being used by another wireless standard group. The two groups will discuss things to avoid a conflict during a major standards gathering sometime in July
2005-05-16 Digitization of analog, RF circuits
The migration of analog functions to the digital domain reduces cost per channel as the move to 3G progresses.
2002-11-21 Conexant chip integrates ADSL and .11b capabilities
Conexant Systems' CX82340 ship integrates an ADSL router and Intersil's 802.11b wireless LAN baseband/media-access controller on a single chip
2010-01-11 CES: Sony set on being 'cool' again
Sony Corp. is sending a message at this year's Consumer Electronics Show: In its next incarnation, it will work with others and will no longer resist developing new products based on competitors' ideas.
2005-01-03 Asia ups ante on wireless functionality
Functionality and convergence are painting Asia's wireless landscape a shade brighter this year as more consumers in the region go mobile.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2005-02-01 3G integration not a linear progression
The road map toward 3G integration has been set; the tough ride to progress begins.
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