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2005-04-14 Wireless PHY test software works in LabVIEW
SeaSolve Software's test suite is tightly coupled with existingand provensignal analyzer and signal generator hardware.
2006-10-16 Wireless options boggle notebook designers
Observers say that the vision for next year's notebook will probably not be realized until the "refresh cycle" of systems that ship later in 2007.
2005-03-01 Nordic transceiver with Dynastream ANT wireless protocol
Nordic introduced a single-chip 2.4GHz transceiver and complete protocol stack designed for cost sensitive and ultralow power apps.
2012-08-03 Internet-enabled wireless power outlets unveiled
Researchers developed a smart power outlet that will allow users to control household appliances via their smartphone and reduce their energy costs.
2003-02-10 IEEE flooded with short-range wireless proposals
The IEEE 802.15 High-Rate Task Group received 29 proposals for the alternate PHY standard it is developing, significantly more than the eight or nine it expected to receive when it requested proposals last November.
2002-03-26 IEEE approved Bluetooth-based wireless PAN standard
In a not-unexpected move, the IEEE has approved a Bluetooth-based standard for wireless personal-area networks (WPANs
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2011-06-27 Advantages of wireless switches
Learn how switch solutions in wireless mode address the customer needs for lowered cost and installation options
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
2007-06-18 Wireless specs expand options for MCUs
With all other forms of data communications going wireless, it is no surprise that control functions might follow suit; and now that wireless MCUs and derived products are beginning to enter the market in force, that effort is paying off
2012-10-10 Wireless sol'ns from Freescale target ZigBee systems
The ARM Cortex-M4-based KW20 wireless MCU has up to 512KB of flash and 64KB of SRAM, providing enough memory to run both network protocol stacks on a single device
2012-01-06 Wireless gateway boasts multiple connectivity
The APG BT W400 wireless access point gateway features a multiradio modular architecture and integrates Bluetooth, Ethernet and 802.11b/g
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
2008-03-04 Understanding low-power wireless network standards
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee all have a place in the world of wireless communications. But for different reasons, none are a particularly good fit for wireless sensor networks
2002-11-25 Suppliers to add security features to wireless comm chips
Infineon Technologies AG has made a strategic decision to put security features into its wireless-modem chips
2002-05-08 Microsoft to use CSR's BlueCore2 for wireless peripherals
Microsoft Corp. has chosen Cambridge Silicon Radio's second generation BlueCore2 single-chip Bluetooth wireless technology solution, including the CSR mouse software, to be used for its next generation wireless mouse and keyboard
2010-07-09 Adapters bring wireless displays home
Iogear's Guwavkit is a three-piece set that includes a USB host/transmitter for the laptop or desktop computer and separate STB adapters for audio and video.
2007-11-01 Wireless networks pave way for e-health era
Today's services controlled by physicians and hospitals will give way to a new model in which consumers directly access devices and services on the Internet or their emerging home and personal area networks
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap
2007-02-16 Home network remains unconquered
Last month's Consumer Electronics Show was brimming with home networking concepts and technologies but in many respects, the digital home is still untamed territory.
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.
2006-06-26 Vendors working to make WUSB a standard
Wireless USB solutions are being developed by a number of vendors to eliminate USB cable tethers
2006-10-19 ST, Nanotron team-up for location networks
STMicroelectronics and Nanotron Technologies have joined forces to develop complete designs for wireless control and sensor networks targeted at the real time location systems market
2003-05-22 RF Micro, Silicon Wave partner on Bluetooth solutions
RF Micro Devices and Silicon Wave have entered into a strategic relationship for Bluetooth solutions manufacturing and distribution.
2003-03-24 PMC receives license from Cellonics technology
Panasonic Mobile Communications Co. Ltd has licensed the propriety technology of Cellonics Inc. Pte Ltd.
2002-08-28 National module receives v1.1 Bluetooth certification
National Semiconductor Corp.'s LMX9814 Bluetooth WPAN module, LMX9814, has received v1.1 certification from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands
2006-10-11 IEEE approves UWB net spec
The IEEE 802.15.4a task group has chosen the chirp spread spectrum PHY technology of Nanotron Technologies GmbH as the baseline PHY standard for wireless PAN
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
2005-09-12 DS-UWB vs. 802.11n: What's the best connectivity option?
Systems that use wider bandwidths can have fundamentally different design approaches to provide wireless connectivity solutions that scale to even higher data rates and lower complexity implementations than 802.11 WLAN
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