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2006-11-29 ST, Ball-IT make MEMS-based wireless controller ball
STMicroelectronics and Ball-IT have announced a MEMS-based wireless motion-control device that can operate as a freehand personal computer mouse, compass, measuring tape, pedometer and a 3D-object controller.
2005-03-11 ST adds FPGA block to wireless controller
STMicroelectronics said it has added a 4,000-equivalent-gate block of programmable logic to a new ARM9-based microcontroller aimed at the wireless infrastructure market
2005-06-16 ST adds DSP core to FPGA-enabled wireless controller
STMicroelectronics said it has an enhanced version of its recently announced STW21000, a multi-purpose microcontroller that includes an FPGA array that targets applications in wireless infrastructure equipment
2005-06-08 ST adds DSP core to FPGA-enabled wireless controller
STMicroelectronics NV has said it has an enhanced version of its recently announced STW21000, a multi-purpose microcontroller that includes an FPGA array that targets applications in wireless infrastructure equipment
2006-05-11 Nintendo adopts ADI's iMEMS sensor for new controller
Nintendo incorporates Analog Devices' 3-axis ADXL330 iMEMS acceleration sensor in the Wii controller, allowing players the body motion to control his or her actions in the game in real time
2007-02-19 Low-cost PS2 controller matches Sony's version sans the cord
The Game Elements GGE609U PS2 controller from Philips, available for about $22 to $25, matches up in price and function with Sony's own wired controller but dispenses with the cord
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.
2003-01-30 Companies test prototype wireless-sensor nets
Self-organizing wireless-sensor networks, a realization of the Pentagon's "smart-dust" concept, have reached the prototype stage worldwide
2007-08-02 Wisair fields single chip for belated wireless USB spec
A startup is announcing a single-chip device for wireless USB interconnects at a time when the standard continues to face delays coming to market
2008-11-12 Wireless USB solution is fully integrated
Staccato Communications has launched the latest addition to its Ripcord2 family of single-chip UWB ICs, the SC4503 PCIe wireless host controller interface solution for wireless USB host applications.
2009-02-13 Wireless USB SoC delivers 120Mbit/s data rate
Samsung Electronics Ltd's semiconductors unit will be highlighting at the Mobile World Congress its ultra-fast Wireless USB chipset, which the company claims can deliver 120Mbit/s data rates
2006-06-08 Wireless USB SiP includes development kit
Staccato Communications is debuting a reference design kit for developers of Certified Wireless USB HWA and DWA designs
2006-03-01 Wireless USB scheme attains 480Mbps
Wisair's Wireless USB dongle and hub reference design will let consumer equipment such as printers, scanners and cellular devices connect to a USB-enabled PC at rates of up to 480Mbps
2009-05-04 Wireless specs vie to replace IR remotes
The recently ratified Bluetooth 3.0 specification defined the Unicast Connectionless Data (UCD) function putting it in direct competition with RF4CE, the wireless remote control specification that merged with the Zigbee Alliance efforts to replace IR remote controls
2008-02-15 Wireless processor offers control, networking, security
Cavium Networks Inc. has introduced a wireless processor with integrated control processing, networking processing and security capabilities
2012-11-21 Wireless power receiver pushes mobile charging
TI's bq51050B claims to give smartphone users a simpler, stress-free charging experience and help designers implement wireless power technology in places such as car consoles, charging pads and office furniture
2011-09-22 Wireless mobile system improves WiFi access
Ruckus' WiFi system is a controller-based platform that targets large-scale wireless environments and can support up to 20,000 clients.
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003.
2003-05-16 Wireless home multimedia networks require multiple design strategies
Four technologies are presented that when used together will optimize an SoC for maximum performance, power economy, and low cost in a wireless home multimedia network
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s
2013-04-24 Wireless energy harvesting: Key to M2M's success
The need for wireless applications with ultra-low power consumption and the advancements in establishing communication standards offer M2M providers new opportunities to innovate and evolve their products and devices
2010-09-21 Wireless BITE Protocol Tester T1212 including Bluetooth low energy validated
AT4 Wireless' BITE T1212, with validated Bluetooth low energy option, executes all the conformance test cases for link layer (LL) and host controller interface (HCI) complying with Bluetooth low energy requirements.
2009-12-22 Wireless audio module suits home, portable apps
Kleer Inc. has released its flagship KLR3012 wireless audio module, which contains new technology to support both portable audio devices and home audio equipment
2006-11-01 Wireless ASICs enable tire pressure monitoring
The available microelectronics to meet TPMS challenges will further enhance automotive safety in an economical manner for OEMs and car buyers alike.
2007-08-01 Wired, wireless both seen in future home nets
Recognizing that tomorrow's home nets will be a mix of wired and wireless options, the WiMedia Alliance has set up a group to explore whether it should draft a standard for UWB networking over coax cable
2004-09-24 Wintegra rolls wireless infrastructure software; lands TI platform win
Wintegra released an upgraded version of its datapath software for wireless infrastructure apps
2013-05-17 Wi-Fi-based small cells to fine tune wireless comms market
Intended to augment wireless coverage in dense urban areas, the small cells can be used in public facilities such as malls, railway and subway stations, and on street or traffic lights, said IHS
2009-05-08 Wi-Fi backers draft 60GHz spec for wireless video
Five top Wi-Fi chipmakers have created the Wireless Gigabit Alliance that aims to release a specification for 60GHz networking at rates up to 6Gbit/s
2005-06-17 Valere's ultra-compact power systems support wireless networks
Valere Power announced new versions of its Mini DC Power System that expand the system's application range to include in-building and other small wireless networking sites
2004-02-23 UWB forms base of wireless USB, 1394 efforts
Members of the Multiband OFDM Alliance said its upcoming ultrawideband (UWB) specification will form the basis for a common radio that serves wireless USB, 1394 and potentially other interfaces
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