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2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack.
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.
2007-11-02 UWB disappoints, Wi-Fi speeds ahead
In the race to a gigabit-per-second wireless link for the digital home, some UWB backers are gasping for air while Wi-Fi proponents are revving up for the next lap.
2008-02-18 Use UWB in ultralow-power Zigbee sensor nodes
The IEEE 802.15.4 standardization committee who defined the MAC and PHY adopted by Zigbee has proposed an alternative PHY relying on UWB technology.
2007-12-19 USB, Kleer hook up DTVs
The USB Implementers Forum and startup Kleer Corp. are offering two interface efforts as options to link to DTVs.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2014-11-27 The role of BLE in wearable IoT designs
Discover why the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) specification is emerging as the best wireless protocol for use in wearable Internet of Things devices.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2005-01-18 Taking a walk inside Bluetooth EDR
There's no doubt that Bluetooth technology has started to gain hold in the communication sector.
2011-09-08 ST strengthens NFC offerings, offers Android compatibility
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of new consumer conveniences through the combination of a strengthened dual-interface EEPROM and Android compatibility.
2013-07-01 Selecting RF protocols for ISM applications
Here are the pros and cons of each of the five leading RF protocols used for ISM applications.
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
According to one industry analyst, the worldwide handset RF semiconductor market is expected to grow from $5.3 billion in 2004 to $8.26 billion in 2008
2005-09-08 RF ICs can be quite complex
Understanding that complexity, and putting these devices to work for you, can help get you ahead of the competition
2010-06-09 RF IC delivers 1,024KBps over 5m at <1mW
IMEC demonstrated an RF transceiver that is capable of sending 1,024KBps over 5m while consuming less than 1mW.
2013-05-20 Renesas joins Imec's ULP wireless systems initiative
Imec and Renesas Electronics will collaborate to develop robust wireless solutions for future electronics.
2008-04-28 Reduce power consumption in UWB chips
One especially sweet spot for UWB and Wireless USB is in mobile, battery-operated devices requiring high bandwidth and low power consumption.
2003-12-01 Philips releases Bluetooth SiP solution
Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled the industry's first complete plug-and-play Bluetooth solution in a single, low-cost chip package.
2006-09-19 NFC shell turns Nokia 3220 into an e-wallet
Designed to replace the outer case of the Nokia 3220 GSM handset, the NFC "shell" provides interesting new applications for a handset that began life as a pretty basic camera phone.
2012-04-17 Murata buys wireless firm
The passive electronics components firm has announced a definitive agreement to buy RF Monolithics in an all-cash transaction targeted to close in 3Q12.
2007-11-06 Metal-insulator tech drives down cost of 60GHz WPAN
By switching to metal-insulator electronicswhich can be fabricated on standard CMOS lines atop ultracheap plastic substratesMotorola reports being able to drive down the cost of 60GHz WPAN to rival that of semiconductors.
2008-02-01 Maximize mobile WiMAX opportunities
Mobile WiMAXbased on the IEEE 802.16e standardis a major, long-term opportunity for service providers, device makers and chipset vendors. To capitalize on that opportunity, both service providers and device makers should pay close attention to not only the Wave 2 chipset features, but also the qualifications and experience of the vendors producing those chips.
2013-08-01 Maximising sub-1GHz spectrum for IoT
Learn how to take advantage of the expanded number of sub-1GHz channels available in the new IEEE 802.15.4 standard to build for ZigBee / 802.15.4, 6LoWPAN, and high-speed ISM networks.
2005-08-18 Make the most of unlicensed ISM band
Combat interference and achieve better link range for RF transceivers operating in the 915MHz ISM band.
2005-09-16 Make the most of the unlicensed ISM band
Maximizing the ISM band's potential may help decongest the clot forming within the frequency spectrum
2008-02-01 Integration key to 802.11n success
Technical challenges resulting from the latest wireless LAN (WLAN) specification, 802.11n, are significant. Serving multiple frequency bandwidths (2.4GHz and/or 5GHz) with multiple antennas, the devices used in 802.11n WLAN must be optimized for output power as well as size.
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2004-06-14 Eazix prepares ZigBee line-up
Fueled by the growth of industrial, consumer and home automation applications, the demand for wireless connectivity is increasing at a tremendous rate.
2013-09-27 Device aims to cut the size of short-distance comms systems
The subharmonic passive mixer can convert a millimeter wave from one wavelength to another and operates at a frequency of 273GHz or 273 billion oscillations per second.
2008-09-30 Compact UWB antenna extends bandwidth to radars
Compact antennas are usually one-quarter the length of the wavelength being transmitted, but Virginia Tech engineers are claiming a 2.5-fold reduction in the size of an UWB antenna.
2008-11-20 Bluetooth modules aid medical apps
Laird Technologies Inc. has launched new range of Bluetooth modules designed to support the demands of medical equipment manufacturers.
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