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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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2014-10-17 Consortium defines next-gen 5G wireless tech
The EU FP7 CROWD research project is exploring high-speed data access at all points in dense wireless networks through small cell densification to offer reliable coverage for high-mobility users
2003-03-17 Compact wireless modules bring benefits
Manufacturers are seeking to incorporate cellular technology into existing products, or to develop niche products for comparatively small markets.
2002-08-15 Communication Design China 2002 highlights wireless solutions
The 5th Annual Communications Design China Conference & Exhibition brings together international technology vendors and China's top communications product engineers and manufacturers.
2008-08-25 Commentary: Wireless tie-up pushes IC consolidation
The consolidation in the IC industry continues but not necessarily in the exact way many might have expected.
2004-01-21 Chipset lowers cost bar for wireless
Integration Associates Inc. has applied patented technology to a two-piece transmitter/receiver FSK chipset pitched as the foundation for low-cost, low-power wireless products such as toys, consumer electronics and tire pressure sensor systems
2016-01-21 China-based fabless company unveils wireless SoC for IoT
Telink Semiconductor, which received venture capital backing from Intel in 2015, launched the TLSR8269 aimed to offer low power wireless connection for IoT applications in the smart home
2012-10-30 Banner outs gateway module for wireless sensors
The SureCross B2Q features discrete outputs and DIP switches to map inputs from up to two wireless sensors to the gateway's outputs
2006-11-01 Automotive security apps go wireless
The designers of wireless secure-access systems for the vehicles of tomorrow may encounter their share of challenges. Cost-effective MCUs offer a proven, reliable building block for wireless systems within the vehicle
2014-10-15 Automotive communication backbone: MOST vs Ethernet
Read about the battle between MOST, the de facto standard used as the infotainment backbone in vehicles, and Ethernet, the standard used for the IT infrastructure in the consumer/commercial world.
2014-09-24 Atmel extends wireless portfolio for IoT, industrial markets
The WILC1000 and WINC1500 are wireless SoC solutions optimised for battery-powered IoT applications that feature fully integrated power amplifiers without compromising cost or performance
2004-12-10 Atheros, Digital 5 collaborate on wireless A/V reference design
Software developer Digital 5 has inked a development pact with wireless LAN (WLAN) chipset provider Atheros, under which the companies will create a reference design for wireless-enabled digital media adapter and DVD player applications
2011-03-09 AT4 wireless labs offer NFC testing service
Using the Rider NFC test system for digital protocol testing, these laboratories in Taiwan, Spain and the U.S. will ensure that NFC devices are tested to NFC Forum certification requirements.
2004-01-01 Asia claims higher stakes in wireless
Asia's design engineers are taking on complex design jobs to claim stakes in the ubiquitous air: WLAN and 2.5G/3G wireless
2006-08-04 Apple, PC notebooks might be vulnerable to wireless attack
Wireless device drivers for computers running both Apple Computer and Microsoft operating systems appear to be full of holes, and a prominent security researcher recommends turning off wireless cards until the holes can be fixed
2011-11-03 ANC ICs aimed for wired/wireless headsets
austriamicrosystems' ICs tout 20 percent longer battery life and 10dB positive SNR.
2004-03-02 Analog Devices, TCL build wireless development lab
Analog Devices Inc. and TCL Mobile Communication Co. Ltd have jointly established a laboratory for the design of wireless handsets based on the 2G, 2.5G, EDGE, and 3G standards.
2005-06-03 Altera Stratix FPGAs reduce cost for Cape Range Wireless
Altera Corp. disclosed that Cape Range Wireless has increased performance and reduced cost by using its Stratix series of FPGAs for its Arcadian Wireless Communications System
2004-06-10 Agilent, Freescale team on USB wireless optical mouse
Agilent introduced what it claims as the industry's first USB wireless optical mouse reference design for PC pointing devices
2006-10-19 Agilent, AT4 Wireless win WiMAX contract in Taiwan
Agilent's Measurement Systems Division and Wireless Business Unit has won a $1 million-contract jointly with AT4 Wireless for fixed and mobile WiMAX conformance test and regulatory test systems with Telecom Technology Center Taiwan
2009-09-02 Adding wireless to existing embedded systems
This article describes an alternative approach that mitigates the problems with conventional wireless implementations in embedded systems
2004-09-30 Actel FPGAs power Indesign wireless audio platform
Actel Corp. announced that its flash-based FPGAs were selected by Indesign LLC, an electronic design engineering company, for use in Indesign's JS-2 Wireless High-Fidelity Streaming Audio Platform
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them
2004-12-14 A full-featured wireless interface for RS-232 ci
This app note describes a full-duplex, wireless data communication link targeted for RS-232 applications.
1999-10-25 A direct Quadrature Modulator for 0.9 To 2.5 GHz wireless systems
As wireless system designs have moved from carrier frequencies at approximately 900MHz to wider band-width applications like Personal Communication System (PCS) phones at 1.8GHz and wireless local area networks at 2.4GHz, you have been forced to implement discrete RF designs because of the absence of RF integrated circuits (RFICs) at these higher frequencies. System designs at these higher frequencies have a great need for highly integrated RFICs for quadrature modulators, power amplifiers, and low noise amplifiers/mixers.
2007-01-26 2.4GHz products to dominate wireless HID sector
There will be a market shift for the wireless human interface device (HID) segment in 2008 as shipments of 2.4GHz-based products will outstrip those running at 27MHz
2004-11-16 Wireless chip-to-chip link shows promise
Proximity Communication is an implementation of such a scalable I/O technology that uses the lithographic pitch of on-chip wires
2002-06-07 Tiny inductor targets wireless comms
RCD Components Inc. says it has the industry's smallest surface-mount inductor in a 0201-size package.
2004-02-06 StarCore DSPs enhance Agere communication products
Apps designers are continuously seeking high-performance embedded solutions for next-gen communications products.
1999-09-09 SAW filters in CDMA mobile communication networks
Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) filters are used in the intermediate frequency (IF) filtering stage for both the Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) handset and infrastructure. They are preferred over other types of filter technologies because SAW filters demonstrate high performance yet low cost and small size. This paper describes the evolution of SAW designs to meet the challenging demands of reducing the size and cost for CDMA IF filters.
2004-07-02 Raytheon selects Xilinx for wireless networking system
Raytheon Co. has selected Xilinx Inc. on the development of Raytheon's new MicroLight small form factor radio, hosting the Enhanced Position Reporting System (EPLRS) waveform.
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