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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.
2013-04-25 Microchip expands embedded wireless line
The devices include PIC32 Bluetooth digital audio kit, feature-rich Wi-Fi modules, IEEE 802.15.4 and proprietary radio, and XBee compatible Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules
2013-11-25 Maximise the processing power of wireless modules
Using a wireless module's excess processing capacity to replace the MCU can yield a better cellular-equipped system.
2008-01-18 Low-power spec to mark Bluetooth's 10th birthday
The low-power spec will allow Bluetooth devices to run off button batteries and enable applications such as watches that can be used to control music players.
2009-11-23 Low-energy Bluetooth boasts low peak currents
While the Bluetooth low energy specification is still under development, Nordic is already providing a complete solution.
2008-12-12 LitePoint debuts 'first' device test for Multicom
LitePoint Corp. has launched the first device test solution designed specifically for Multicom devicessingle devices containing multiple radios and wireless connectivity standards
2013-01-11 Laird releases Android support for radio modules series
The company released Android 2.3 Gingerbread support for its radio modules that support dual-band 802.11n (802.11a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.1.
2006-10-04 Intel's mobile platform to feature Nokia HSDPA modules
Nokia has developed a version of its HSDPA connectivity module that Intel will use in the next iteration of Centrino targeted at PCs
2012-09-17 Intel showcased technologies for a wireless future
Intel's CTO Justin Rattner sees a future heavily geared towards wireless connectivity, debuting technologies such as an all-digital Wi-Fi radio, Cloud Radio Access Network and Video Aware Wireless Network.
2006-02-17 Intel in initiative to embed 3G into laptops
Intel has joined forces with the GSM Association to enable laptops to connect seamlessly to high-speed 3G broadband data and Wi-Fi networks using the same SIM card technology currently deployed in cellular phones
2006-12-11 Intel demos its first mobile WiMAX baseband chip
Intel Corp. unveiled and demonstrated its first mobile WiMAX baseband chip at the 3G World Congress and Mobility Marketplace in Hong Kong.
2012-08-01 Infotainment, green trends fuel auto IC biz
Car manufacturers increase market share with vehicles powered by environment-friendly technology and networking capabilities.
2010-01-04 I/O modules ease 802.11n adoption
Redpine's modules are the first in the industry to bring single-stream 802.11n connectivity to standard 8bit MCUs
2015-03-30 Hazardous area tablet based on Samsung GALAXY Tab Active
The Android 4.4 tablet series Tab-Ex 01 claims to streamline job tasks and improve safety in potentially hazardous or explosive work areas, affording time-savings and task-reduction to the user.
2008-07-01 Guide to low-power wireless network specs
Chipmakers need high volume sales to generate meaningful return, and high volumes require global markets. For a global technology market to take off, history has demonstrated that standards are essential. This was true for both Wi-Fi wireless Internet and Bluetooth. It will also be true for sensor networks
2015-06-01 Google pulls the curtain aside for Android M
The latest software from Google is geared to bridge multiple devices, especially IoT-enabled ones, promising a smooth, intuitive mobile experience, and also supports NFC-based Android Pay.
2002-06-17 Gigabyte licenses Blue802 comms technology
Silicon Wave Inc. and Intersil Corp.'s jointly developed real-time communications interface, Blue802 Technology, has been licensed to Gigabyte Technology for integration into its USB adapter and other desktop PC products.
2009-03-09 Front-end modules address size demands
RF Micro Devices Inc. has expanded its Wi-Fi product portfolio to include three new front-end modules: the RF5325, RF5345 and RF5725, which are designed to address the need for high performance and continued size reductions in mobile Wi-Fi applications
2007-02-01 FMC facilitates wireless carrier link
The advent of enterprise-wide Wi-Fi adoption has made it possible to deliver a technology that bridges wireless carrier connectivity with on-campus WLAN connectivityfixed/mobile convergence (FMC). This article discusses how FMC works.
2015-05-11 FCC gets serious on LTE-Unlicensed appropriation oversight
Qualcomm and Broadcom are at odds over the LTE-U issue, while Wi-Fi Alliance members are actively pushing for details on the LTE-U standard and its specific attributes
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2014-02-27 Facebook: Internet.org a home run in the Philippines
Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org project selected the Philippines as test bed in making the Internet and the different parts of it more efficient across the world.
2008-09-01 Enable wireless video transfer
Delivering uncompressed HDTV content wirelessly has become the holy grail of wireless video connectivity. However, existing and emerging wireless standards such as 802.11n and UWB are not capable of delivering such high video rates. This article introduces the joint source channel coding video-modem approach for wireless video transfer
2007-07-04 Embedded processor counts cost for wireless hotspots
AMCC has developed an embedded processor that delivers a blend of price and performance for wireless access points, residential gateways and advanced STBs.
2007-02-01 Electronics gears for health care innovation
The development of new electronic medical devices is expected to accelerate as innovation in electronics and medicine align around miniaturization, low power and connectivity
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps.
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.
2016-04-29 Cypress eyes IoT market domination with Broadcom deal
Cypress has acquired Broadcom's Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Zigbee IoT product lines and intellectual property in a bid to strengthen its position in embedded and consumer IoT markets
2011-02-23 CSR to acquire troubled Zoran
CSR believes Zoran's imaging and video capabilities combined with its own connectivity and location skills will prove the acquisition a great proposition for its customers
2007-05-30 CSR takes Bluetooth experience to new wireless fronts
Over the years, CSR established itself as a Bluetooth silicon specialist. Now, it wants to take its Bluetooth success story and apply it to GPS and Wi-Fi
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