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What is wireless communication?
Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of electrical conductors or "wires." The distances involved may be short (a few metres as in television remote control using infrared light) or long (thousands or millions of kilometres for radio communications).
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2012-03-30 Integrated sensor nodes with GSM modems simplify wireless DAQ
Here's a look at the implementation of a sensor network using a global system for mobile communication modem
2002-11-08 Infineon creates business group for next-gen wireless apps
Infineon Technologies AG is pushing through with the expansion of its wireless solution business, in conjunction with the launch of its new Secure Mobile Solutions Group
2003-10-24 India's sparsely tapped phone market fertile for wireless
GSM and CDMA wireless technologies are facing off in India, where phones have penetrated only about 5 percent of the total available market but where increasing competition are said to be generating record growth
2006-07-28 India's Sasken buys Finnish wireless firm
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd, a telecom R&D and support services firm based in India, has bought Finland's Botnia Hightech Oy, a provider of wireless R&D and testing services, in an all-cash deal worth about $45 million.
2002-07-04 India moves to deregulate wireless LAN usage
The Indian government has moved to deregulate indoor use of WLAN equipment based on IEEE 802.11b standards.
2014-02-04 Implement compact wireless battery charging
Wireless charging adds value, reliability and robustness in many applications
2013-10-10 IDT takes on wireless power market with dual-mode solution
IDT's dual-mode solution can automatically switch between WPC and PMA protocols and negotiate the power exchange without user supervision.
2008-09-05 Hong Kong is last stop for Agilent's wireless test tour
Agilent Technologies Inc. is concluding its annual Wireless Test World (WTW) today (Sept.5) at the Hong Kong Science Park
2014-05-06 Have wireless sensor networks become irrelevant in the IoT
Linear's Dust Networks develops ultra low-power sensor networks without wires for both communication and power, which is said to have become a subset of today's bigger IoT world
2014-09-24 Hardware design for wireless LED-based display
Learn about the selection of the following: an appropriate LED display, a controller system, a communication system, and software for building the wireless LED-based scoreboard.
2007-09-11 Handheld cable, antenna tester suits wireless service maintenance
Agilent Technologies Inc. has launched the N9330A cost-effective, easy-to-use handheld, battery-operated cable and antenna tester for field engineers and technicians.
2008-02-14 Guitar Hero jams go wireless
Much as musicians often go wireless to allow for freedom onstage, the Xbox 360 Guitar Hero III Les Paul wireless controller, manufactured by RedOctane, lets players do spinning jumps off the couch
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
2005-01-10 Fujitsu, Staccato offer all-CMOS single-chip wireless USB
Fujitsu Ltd and Staccato Communications Inc. have announced a partnership under which they will provide all-CMOS, single-chip wireless USB and ultra-wideband (UWB) solutions for the global marketplace
2010-09-15 Fujitsu unveils design tool for MR wireless charging
Fujitsu uses magnetic field analysis simulator and specialized circuit simulator to design wireless charging systems
2002-07-31 Flextronics licenses ARM cores for communication apps
Flextronics Semiconductor has licensed ARM's ARM7TDMI microprocessor core.
2002-08-27 First-mile wireless critical to optical rebound
Any chance for a return to growth for the optical components industry lies in new applications and technologies in the first mile, said the former chief executive of JDS Uniphase.
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2010-06-17 Energy-harvesting kit powers wireless sensors
STMicroelectronics NV and Micropelt GmbH have developed an autonomous wireless sensor evaluation kit
2002-11-07 Ember preps wireless industrial networking technology
A suite of hardware and software products from Ember Corp. promises to bring wireless networking to the factory floor
2006-07-10 Diplexer eases emission tests for wireless base stations
K&L Microwave's Band-Pass/Band-Stop diplexer assists in out-of-band emission levels measurements in wireless base stations
2011-09-15 Dialog enters low-power wireless market
The company has unveiled DECT ULE-based devices that feature Internet connectivity and backward compatibility.
2008-02-18 Developing countries reap benefits of wireless comms
Decentralization of services and resources, especially technology, extend economic, social and even political power beyond the handful of autocrats who often hold sway in developing nations, concluded telecom execs from Afghanistan and Bangladesh at a Mobile World Congress panel that discussed the extension of the mobile industry into the poorest regions of the world.
2008-08-13 Dev't kit rolls for 2.4GHz wireless apps
Uniband Electronic Corp. has announced the availability of the U-NET02 development kit, which adopts the UZ2400 IEEE802.15.
2004-12-01 Detect interference in wireless nets
The article presents the subject of interference and its degrading effects on the performance of wireless networks
2012-05-09 Design tools target wired, wireless infrastructure equipment
The MPM 4.0 power management solution features a GUI to simplify the visualization of power sequencing and margining that occurs in complex high availability systems.
2011-12-01 DECT in today's wireless market
DECT is not only for voice communication but DECT has been used throughout the world and proven to be easy to install and use in a licensed, interference-free band with coverage range of more than 300m
2007-09-20 Cypress upgrades wireless solution for 2.4GHz
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced an upgraded version of its wireless protocol that enables flawless operation in the 2.4GHz spectrum
2008-06-25 Controller drives energy harvesting to wireless nets
GreenPeak Technologies has introduced the Emerald GP500C communications controller chip for ultralow-power wireless sensor networks
2005-09-16 Control the home with a wireless network
A robust and reliable RF communication is crucial to allow the home-control system to handle sensitive operations
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