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2011-09-22 Eliminating coexistence issues with integrated RF module
Find out how integrated RF modules can provide superior coexistence faster and more efficiently than discrete components
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
2007-07-16 Tips for a peaceful Bluetooth/Wi-Fi coexistence
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi operate in the unlicensed 2.4GHz ISM band, and send data in packet form. Although Bluetooth and Wi-Fi use the spectrum differently, interference still occurs. As the Bluetooth specification has developed, new techniques have been added. This article discusses the measures that have been implemented.
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.
2007-09-17 Let WiMAX, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi coexist in handsets
The coexistence of WiMAX, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in handsets and handheld devices poses an engineering challenge as their transmission over adjacent RF bands may conflict and severely degrade performance. But it's possible for these wireless technologies to exist in the handset
2015-03-27 Who are the top MEMS manufacturers in 2014?
In a report released by IHS Technology, Bosch leads the MEMS industry with revenue of $1167 million in 2014, followed by Texas Instruments with $805 million and STMicroelectronics with $777 million.
2007-01-19 Transceiver targets wireless HID, VoIP markets
AlfaPlus Semiconductor has launched a 2.4GHz transceiver RFIC that operates in the unlicensed ISM band and targets the wireless HID and wireless VoIP markets.
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2001-05-16 Bluetooth can coexist with 802.11
Computing and communication devices will need to automatically detect all networking opportunities, select the ones needed and connect to them seamlessly.
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.
2004-04-19 WiMax making its mark as Wi-Fi's big brother
WiMax is no more a mere blip on the wireless radar while Wi-Fi revolution unfolds right in front of our eyes.
2004-03-19 What UWB and architecture have in common?
Talking about UWB sometimes is like trying to sing about architecture. Apart from the excitement surrounding the applications, UWB is something that needs to be witnessed to be experienced.
2008-07-18 Update: 60GHz group opposes Gbit Wi-Fi plan
The initiative to create a standards group to define a Gbit/s version of Wi-Fi is getting a significant push back from a separate group that sees conflict with its work in the 60GHz space.
2012-11-21 The lowdown on small cells
Learn about the base station trends and their evolution, the rationale for using small cells, and the backhaul challenges that the growth of wireless networks will face in the coming years.
2007-04-16 Test systems spell 3G LTE future
The test-and-measurement community must help ensure a smooth migration to LTE so that pitfalls associated with past rollouts of next-gen cellular networks can be avoided.
2008-01-04 Silicon TV tuners clearing hurdles
Although mobile phone and WLAN transceivers made the transition to silicon ICs years ago, solid-state TV tuners have been slower off the starting block. Recently, several companies have started to offer IC-based TV receivers that will replace the traditional "can tuner."
2010-05-27 Powerline smart grid spec backers face off
Powerline proponents fired off competing announcements aimed at the emerging market for smart electric grids.
2009-05-29 India wireless test market to enjoy steady growth
A new analysis from Frost and Sullivan stated that the Indian wireless communication test equipment market is positioned for good growth with investments in R&D and infrastructure development, bolstered by growth in the handset market and advent of next-generation wireless technologies.
2011-04-18 Front-end module offers WiFi, Bluetoot filtering
Avago Technologies has released the AFEM-S102 front-end module with filtering for 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth radios in handsets and mobile routers for tablets and other portable PC devices.
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.
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.
2007-07-20 CSR adds wireless connectivity to Freescale's i.MX31 kit
CSR has agreed to provide wireless connectivity to Freescale's i.MX31 applications development system.
2008-06-16 Commentary: Integration in wireless SoCs may be cost-defective
The industry faces an interesting dilemma then: How much functionality should it integrate on a single device to be cost-effective?
2007-02-09 Chips enable WLAN, Bluetooth, FM in handsets
TI has announced two devices built on the company's DRP single-chip technology designed to drive affordable WLAN, Bluetooth and FM technologies into mass market handsets.
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.
2006-06-01 Call to arms on software-defined radio
Cellphones shipping in 2010 using the pending Long Term Evolution standard, now being drafted by the Third Generation Project Partnership, will support data rates of up to 100Mbps.
2010-03-29 Alliance aims to bring smart grid to home nets
U-Snap Alliance members are targeting to field in Q3 the first products based on its specifications for carrying smart grid data over home networks.
2008-07-10 60GHz spec conflicts remain unsettled
Despite two meetings, the standards groups that aim to establish separate Gbit-class nets at 60GHzone for Wi-Fi and the other for high-speed personal area network (PAN) are apparently still at loggerheads.
2014-09-04 5G chipset touts 2x Wi-Fi performance
The BCM4358 delivers unparalleled throughput, Bluetooth co-existence performance, and indoor location accuracy, enabling OEMs to design smartphones and tablets with twice the Wi-Fi performance.
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