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2005-10-19 WiMax race intensifies with chips, mini-PCI kits
Sequans and Wavesat are unveiling this week a chip set and a mini-PCI card reference kit to accelerate WiMax development and deployment.
2007-10-03 Wavesat rolls WiMAX Mini-PCI for mass market CPEs
Wavesat is announcing availability of its second generation WiMAX Mini PCI design targeting low cost mass market indoor and outdoor CPEs.
2006-10-09 RF Magic, Wavesat deliver WiMAX Mini-PCI module for less than $100
RF Magic partners and Wavesat partners to deliver a cost-effective WiMAX mini-PCI module to provide OEMs and ODMs with a quickly deployable WiMAX CPE.
2003-03-12 Molex Mini PCI connectors tout low mounting profile
Molex has introduced a line of 124-pin Type III Mini PCI connectors that feature a mounting profile of up to 5.2mm.
2007-06-05 Mini-PCI design kit for WiMAX equipment debuts
Wavesat rolls its 5.8GHz Mini-PCI reference design optimized to allow equipment manufacturers to rapidly bring WiMAX equipment to market.
2005-06-09 IEEE-802.11 mini-PCI wireless cards span longer distances
Ubiquiti Networks is shipping two products: its SR2 (Super Range 2) IEEE-802.11b/g-compatible mini-PCI card, and its SR5 (Super Range 5) IEEE-802.11a-compatible mini-PCI card
2003-02-17 Alps WLAN combo card comes in Mini-PCI, PC Card formats
Alps Electric's UGJ series of IEEE 802.11a/b WLAN combo card is available in both Mini-PCI and PC Card modules.
2006-09-01 WiMAX card uses Wavesat, TI chips
Wavesat Inc. will collaborate with Texas Instruments Inc. on a card operating at the unlicensed frequency of 5.8GHz.
2004-03-17 Wi-Fi market heats up, says ABI Research
ABI Research has reported that as Wi-Fi hotspots have moved from being hype to the first stages of established deployment in recent months, the competition in the Wi-Fi market has heated up.
2003-09-04 Philips RF modules enable DTV functionality
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled prototypes of its highly integrated and miniaturized RF modules that enable DTV functionality in portable apps.
2004-09-09 Module makers take sides in bitter UWB battle
The race to market ultrawideband-enabled devices will accelerate this week when Freescale Semiconductor Inc. announces three companies that will develop Mini-PCI modules incorporating Freescale's UWB technology for use in TVs, media servers and storage devices.
2006-12-01 Gateway supports 802.11b/g WLANs
Ikanos Communications Inc. is using its Fusiv network processor chip to produce the company's first residential gateway reference design that supports 802.11b/g WLANs.
2006-05-22 Atmel, Wavesat collaborate to offer WiMAX miniPCI reference design
Atmel announced a collaboration with Wavesat to offer a WiMAX mini-PCI reference design, that promises to provide the industry's lowest cost WiMAX-compliant CPE.
2002-05-09 PCI card supports 802.11b, Bluetooth
Intersil Corp. and Silicon Wave Inc. have unveiled their mini-PCI card reference design that offers Blue802 technology, allowing simultaneous operation of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (802.11b) wireless connectivity in notebook PCs and other computing devices.
2005-06-20 Intel hits top in Wi-Fi chip shipments, says ABI Research
The volume of laptops sold every year is growing rapidly. The penetration of Wi-Fi into the laptop market is on a similar upward curve. Add the essential ingredient of an 802.11a/g Mini-PCI solution, mix in a big dose of marketing clout, and the result is that Intel has, in recent months, been steadily taking market share away from market leaders Broadcom and Atheros.
2009-10-05 A/V capture card encodes four channels at 120fps
BVM is offering a high-end video and audio capture mini-PCI card that supports the high performance H.264 MPEG-4 video compression standard.
2010-03-12 Wireless comm processor ups security with WPA2
Rabbit, a Digi International brand is offering the Rabbit 6000 embedded wireless communications and control SoC targeted for industrial automation applications.
2007-12-19 WiMedia Alliance heads calls for spectrum division
To avoid a fight over bandwidth on unlicensed frequencies, the industry needs to carve up spectrum bands based on what applications best fit in them, says Stephen Wood, president of the WiMedia Alliance.
2006-06-20 Wi-Fi reference design offers interference resistance
Ralink announced that its 802.11g solution with MIMO XR is used in Rotani's Wi-Fi access point reference design that makes any 802.11 WLAN interference-resistant.
2006-07-04 Touchscreen has noncontact sensing, fingerprint reading
Motion Computing's LS800 is a slate PC built around a central design teneta pen-input screen. This article examines how this technology works.
2010-08-24 SSDs fail to unseat HDDs
Hopes were very high that solid state drives would drive the NAND flashmarket and replace HDDs, but these hopes have not been met.
2007-11-05 SPI host controller offers low pin count option
QuickLogic announced the addition of an SPI host controller to its customer specific standard product (CSSP) functional library, underscoring its commitment to the mobile market.
2004-07-14 Sony wireless module offers built-in QoS capabilities
The new 2.4GHz/5.2GHz IEEE802.11/a/b/g wireless communications module from Sony features built-in QoS capabilities.
2007-12-20 Sony base station streams media content anytime, anywhere
The $250 Sony LF-V30 is 4G in the LocationFree line and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to Ethernet in its network interface.
2015-03-03 Silica, Huawei partner to market M2M/IoT products
Silica is partnering with Huawei in marketing multi-standard 3G and 4G modules that are based on Huawei's HiSilicon chipset for its machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) products.
2002-08-15 SiGe power amp supports 802.11b, 802.11g
Maxim Integrated Products has announced the availability of the MAX2247 SiGe power amplifier (PA) designed for both 802.11b and 802.11g WLAN applications.
2014-06-02 SBCs make for cheaper access to supercomputer
Single-board computers including Raspberry Pi, Parallela, Renderfarm, and Nvidia's TK1 have made high-performance computing accessible to everyone, being bank- and power-friendly.
2006-03-01 Rivals jockey for 4G LEAD
Intel and Qualcomm both recently edged forward in the broadband wireless race. The stakes: who gets to define the underpinnings of the 4G wireless networks that will give mobile users multimegabit links.
2005-08-05 RF front end modules support 802.11 a/b/g WiFi products
Epicom announced a new family of four compact RF front-end modules for 802.11b/g and 802.11a/b/g WiFi products, which it reports have the smallest size, lowest current and highest efficiency in the industry.
2008-05-30 QuickLogic's platform offers compact mobile packaging
To meet the needs of the mobile device market, QuickLogic Corp. has brought its customer specific standard product platform in a tiny WLCSP, which helps reduce design size to support processor interface and functionality.
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