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2010-04-07 2M 60GHz chipsets to ship by 2015
The two 60GHz wireless protocols may someday compete head-to-head, according an ABI Research report, which also forecasts nearly two million 60GHz chipset shipments in 2015.
2003-11-01 WPA: How it works
This technical paper discusses how Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) addresses most of the known vulnerabilities of wired equivalent privacy (WEP) that is primarily intended for wireless infrastructure networks
2007-01-11 WNPU unlocks full potential of 802.11n
Atheros' AR7161 WNPU unlocks the full potential of 802.11n technology to enable simultaneous high-bandwidth applications.
2008-01-09 Wireless: Ripe for global takeover
The PC era is all but over, replaced by a faster-growing market that places greater emphasis on equipment connectivity; ease of use; and data generation, distribution and processing.
2003-01-14 California Amplifier enhances 802.11 performance
California Amplifier Inc. has developed an adaptive digital beamforming smart antenna technology for 802.11 applications.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve
2006-02-01 Tools promise to route, switch combo networks
NextHop has integrated wireless-controller and wireless-access-point modules from Legra with GateD software for L2 switching, L3 routing and multiprotocol label switching in its UNS 4.0 Dynamic Network Architecture
2013-05-23 Richardson stocks external M2M antenna from Taoglas
The Pantheon MA760 combines two LTE multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) elements and is designed for designed for multi-function gateways with Wi-Fi
2006-04-03 RF front-end sets out for 802.11n standard
RF front-end manufacturers led by SiGe Semiconductor are readying their devices for the new 802.11n standardthe first Wi-Fi architecture to use MIMO antennas
2008-04-10 Motorola demos mobile WiMAX in APAC
Motorola held its first mobile WiMAX demonstration with live handoffs between access points to the public in Asia Pacific, in an exclusive bus tour at the WiMAX Forum Congress Asia 2008 in Singapore
2008-06-17 Kit accelerates 802.11n designs
AMCC, together with TeamF1 and Senao Networks, recently launched a comprehensive hardware/software reference design kit intended to accelerate time-to-market for enterprise 802.11n wireless access points
2008-07-16 Freescale, Arada tie up to hasten 802.11n production
Freescale Semiconductor and Arada Systems have collaborated to create a production-ready reference design to speed up and simplify the development of concurrent 802.11n access point devices
2009-01-29 Energy initiative covers PCs, building controls
Cisco Systems Inc. has unveiled a broad energy management initiative leveraging its prowess in Ethernet switching, hoping to extend its EnergyWise software to cover everything from IP phones and Wi-Fi access points to PCs and building controls
2002-09-06 Conexant selects Intersil WLAN technology
Intersil Corp. will provide Conexant Systems Inc. with its PRISM Wi-Fi WLAN technology for integration into Conexant's next-generation DSL modems, cable modems, and home networking chipsets
2003-08-05 Centralized WLAN interface proposed
A multi-vendor consortium, led by NTT DoCoMo and Airespace, has put before the IETF a proposal for a standardized interface between WLAN access points and switches in centralized WLAN architectures
2004-05-10 Broadcom's new solutions improve 54g connectivity
Broadcom has disclosed that its new solutions will significantly improve wireless connectivity for consumers who use 54g-based equipment in their Wi-Fi networks
2003-10-13 ADMtek controller obtains WPA certification
ADMtek Inc. has announced that its 802.11b access point and home gateway SoC controller - the ADM8628 - has received a WPA certification
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003
2011-03-18 The revolutionary opportunities of Bluetooth low energy
Bluetooth is rapidly approaching saturation point as the ultimate means of data transfer for portable devices and features in approximately 80 percent of all mobile handsets worldwide
2003-04-01 SR Telecom buys Netro despite MMDS stagnation
SR Telecom Inc. has acquired Netro Corp. for $121 million in a deal that gives SR Telecom access to Netro's Project Angel and AirStar fixed wireless access technology in the licensed 3.5GHz band
2004-08-19 SiGe power module eyes 802.11a-compliant devices
SiGe unveiled a new 5GHz power amplifier module for access points, PCMCIA cards, laptop computers and other client devices compliant to the 802.11a WLAN standard
2003-08-07 Neoteris inks deals to broaden SSL service
Neoteris Inc. has expanded its support of Secure Sockets Layer service in its security gateways to encompass three layers of client, clientless secure access
2006-10-02 Grappling with digital media fragmentation
With networking and security standards fragmented, a bunch of Linux variants and other nagging issues in the remote access and QoS areas, it's a time of fragmentation in the transition to digital home media mix
2002-08-16 DSP is dead; long live DSP
DSP continues to be the technology driver for the semiconductor industry, since only through DSP you can access the Internet, enjoy multimedia and have digital wireless
2014-10-29 Apple iPad Air 2 doesn't fall far from the tree
The 16GB Wi-Fi-only version of the Apple iPad Air 2 sports a bill of materials of $270, based on a preliminary estimate. This compares to the $269 BOM for the tablet's 16GB predecessor
2011-08-01 Wireless tech increases spectrum utilization
DIDO is a wireless technology that increases the data capacity of a wireless spectrum while increasing reliability and reducing the cost and complexity of wireless devices.
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.
2005-02-07 Unlicensed and unplugged
Advanced wireless signal processing and other technology now manage interference in the unlicensed bands, improve signal-to-noise ratios and lower costs
2015-12-22 Top 10 innovative products of 2015
Many companies have introduced products in preparation for the growing IoT. There are also innovations in computing devices, where chips have not only become smaller but more powerful as well.
2006-10-16 TI unveils UR8 derivatives for residential gateways
Texas Instruments unveiled five derivatives of its UR8 processor architecture, fulfilling its 'Uni-DSL' strategy of using a single chip for both ADSL and VDSL networks.
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