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2005-06-16 International accord on UWB is crucial
Ultrawideband will never become a substantial technology unless it is adopted globally.
2005-09-22 TD-SCDMA serves as a new battleground for 3G
The technology, which relies on a combination of TDD and synchronous CDMA, offers some key advantages.
2011-02-08 IEC, e8 unify charging standards to speed global EV rollout
Key stakeholders agree that a successful worldwide EV roll-out can only take place once global standardization is achieved and market fragmentation due to incompatible charging systems is eliminated.
2006-09-29 Despite ITU nod, China IPTV codec's future unclear
A domestically developed audio/video codec known as AVS is being considered as part of a global IPTV standard being drafted by the ITU. Still, some of China's largest companies appear to be turning their back on it.
2007-10-24 ITU approves South Korea's WiBro as 3G standard
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has included South Korea's homegrown WiBro technology in the international 3G standards, according to a report from Korea.net.
2007-10-23 ITU adds WiMAX in 3G standard suite
The WiMAX Forum recognizes the decision of the Radiocommunication Sector of the International Telecommunication Union to include WiMAX technology in the IMT-2000 set of standards.
2005-01-17 VDSL-2 chipsets bow for central office, CPE
Ikanos Communications rolled out VDSL-2 chipsets for central-office and customer-premises modems.
2002-04-01 TranSwitch funds Optix's PHY designs
Optix Networks Inc. said a minority investment by TranSwitch Corp. involves a strategic alliance that includes product planning, joint engineering, and an OEM agreement that will see TranSwitch sell Optix products under the TranSwitch label.
2003-12-16 SONET/SDH framers gird for multiservice
New framer ICs bring two important innovations to the SONET/SDH market that distinguish them from their predecessors: virtual concatenation and generic framing protocol.
2005-05-19 Reference design speeds new 3G designs
Analog Devices and Datang Mobile announced the DTivy-A Series reference design for the development of 3G cellular handsets based on the TD-SCDMA standard.
2014-05-15 Power supply standards: Which way forward?
Test-systems based on 380V DC have been running for many years now in applications across the globe. They have confirmed savings in both energy consumption and cost.
2007-10-25 OFDMA pioneer welcomes WiMAX inclusion in 3G IMT-2000
The ITU announcement that WiMAX has been approved as a 3G IMT-2000 standard was welcomed by Runcom Technologies, the Israeli company that pioneered OFDMA technology, the precursor of the Mobile WiMAX.
2006-02-28 NTT Docomo trialed 4G in December
NTT Docomo announced that it achieved 2.5Gbps packet transmission in the downlink while moving at 20kmph.
2011-06-10 Network solution gets single-user edition
Comsearch has released the iQ.linkXG Solo, a PC-based, single-user edition of its flagship microwave planning solution, iQ.linkXG Enterprise.
2002-12-18 Network groups agree on common specs
The Metro Ethernet Forum has established a formal liaison effort with the Multi-Protocol Label Switching Forum, which will result in joint implementation agreements established by both coalitions.
2004-01-20 NEC laser diode modules have wavelength monitor
NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices Ltd and NEC Electronics (Europe) GmbH have announced the availability of a DFB laser diode module.
2007-12-14 Mobile WiMAX ready to take flight
Mobile WiMAX will begin to take off in about two years and win more than 80 million subscribers globally by 2013, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
2007-06-21 Manufacturers ride the PON wave
It's getting crowded in the passive optical networks arena as manufacturers try to take a piece of action in the segment offering the only alternative for homes with multiple HDTV sets.
2008-01-16 Managing latency in video encoding, decoding
In applications where there is a closed feedback loop, latency is the most crucial aspect of the system, as it determines whether the system will be stable or not. Keeping the latency of a video codec as minimal as possible is the proper approach for such systems. In many such applications, latency measured in sub-10ms is crucial.
2011-07-04 LTE-Advanced: An introduction
Here's an introduction to LTE-Advanced, a project that is being specified initially as part of Release 10 of the 3GPP specifications.
2003-01-22 Joint venture gives Chinese 3G spec a boost
A handful of high-profile companies are giving China's 3G mobile standard a boost by agreeing to develop products based on the technology and forming long term partnerships and joint ventures.
2006-12-18 Japan's display makers aim beyond full-HD
For the Japanese electronics industry, 2k is rapidly becoming obsolete. Japanese flat-panel makers are eyeing 'supreme picture quality' by offering 4k: 2,160 x 4,096pixels.
2007-01-25 Japan seeks higher mobile phone security
A coalition of government, industry and research organizations in Japan has proposed the adoption of a common platform for higher security on mobile-phone networks.
2009-10-12 ITU, Nokia Siemens to keep rural villages connected
The partnership is part of ITU's Connecting Villages initiative to connect the world's rural and remote areas.
2007-12-18 ITU tackles energy efficiency at UN conference
At the UN Conference on Climate Change, the ITU has addressed the delegates on the role being played by the global electronics and communications industry in both causing and potentially lessening energy use.
2007-06-07 ITU nod nudges WiMAX closer to 4G
The ITU looks ready to approve WiMAX as an official radio interface, hinting at the possibility that it could become an approved 4G technology and benefit from the upcoming IMT-2000 Extension Band spectrum allocations.
2014-12-09 ITU approves G.fast broadband standard
The latest broadband standard is geared to deliver up to 1Gb/s access speeds over existing telephone wires and serves to complement FTTH technologies.
2008-06-16 Issues cloud Carrier Ethernet
You'd think that with its simple plumbing, Carrier Ethernet wouldn't have any major rhubarbs, but in fact three major issues influence its near-term success.
2008-11-05 Internet TV: Next attraction
Now, the pieces are being integrated to turn today's appealing flat-panel screens into full Internet clients.
2011-05-23 IEEE: 4G access to accelerate economic development
IEEE says that 4G would improve education through more sophisticated distance learning, as well as extend the reach of high-quality healthcare through telemedicine.
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