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2013-11-25 Maximise the processing power of wireless modules
Using a wireless module's excess processing capacity to replace the MCU can yield a better cellular-equipped system
2014-04-01 Marvell bares LED controller for smart wireless light bulbs
Marvell's 88EM8189 chip offers I2C compatible digital interface integration, low standby power and compatibility to phase cut dimmers.
2011-05-23 M2M wireless firm set up by CSR co-founders
Founders of the new M2M wireless company claim its terminals will be very low-power and low-cost, while its network will be able to scale to support billions of devices simultaneously
2013-06-28 LTE to usher purely wireless, everywhere broadband
U-blox executives share a brief history of mobile data networking and how they expect LTE's bandwidth and latency improvements to revolutionise the Internet.
2011-02-07 Low-energy radio released for wireless sensor nets
Toumaz has launched TZ1053 TELRAN, an ultra-low energy radio for wireless sensor networks, remote controls, green energy solutions, smart meters and environmental monitoring
2009-05-20 Long-range wireless module operates at 434MHz
Circuit Design Inc. has released the MU-2-R is an embedded low power radio modem for transmission of serial data and operates at 434MHz.
2008-06-27 Lattice IP cores aim at wireless base stations
The folks at Lattice Semiconductor have announced the availability of three new intellectual property core and reference design products targeting the wireless communications market
2001-04-01 LAN connections: Essential key to 3G wireless
Internet access appears poised to break free from its PC-based wireline model to a future of untethered connections via handheld portable terminals, including notebook computers, etc. This article discusses some of the problems encountered in wireless communication and why enhancements are needed to help this technology evolve
2005-09-08 Jennic unveils new wireless MCU
Jennic's wireless MCU combines a 32bit RISC core, fully-compliant 2.4GHz IEEE802.15.4 transceiver and integrated 64KB ROM and 96KB RAM memory blocks, all in a single 8-by-8mm 56 lead QFN chip package
2007-01-12 Jennic touts sub-$3 price for new wireless MCUs
Jennic has unveiled its JN513x family of wireless microcontrollers (MCUs). IEEE802.15.4B and ZigBee variants of the MCUs are available
2008-05-21 Jennic sees opportunity in IP wireless sensor net
Wireless communications chip and software developer Jennic has started sampling a networking stack for the 6LoWPAN low-power wireless IP specification, extending the reach of its offerings for the IEEE 802.15.4 networking standard
2007-02-22 IR components enable high-speed wireless connectivity
Avago Technologies has added three highly integrated, high-speed infrared components to its product line.
2005-02-07 IPWireless' PortableDSL modem offers wide-area wireless network access
While wireless technology is normally associated with mobility and anything-anywhere connectivity, the IPWireless PortableDSL modem focuses more on bypassing the incumbent home broadband systems
2004-10-13 IP mobility vs. session mobility for wireless VPNs
To achieve seamless network roaming, two new concepts must be explored: IP mobility and session mobility.
2002-08-29 Intersil provides wireless connectivity to Gemtek
Gemtek Technology has integrated Intersil Corp.'s PRISM wireless networking chip set into its WX-2301 Easy Presentation Station
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.
2006-04-28 Intel backs Z-Wave in wireless home automation bid
Intel Capital announced a strategic investment in Zensys, developer of the Z-Wave wireless mesh networking technology
2005-11-07 inCode Reveals Top 10 Global Wireless Predictions for 2006
inCode released its Top 10 Global Wireless Predictions for 2006 and predicts mobile entertainment taking centre stage, fierce competition leaving only five handset manufacturers standing and new business models enabled by converging access technologies
2003-02-03 IEEE 802.16 spec could disrupt wireless landscape
The IEEE Standards Authority has approved the 802.16a specification for wireless MANs in the 2GHz to 11GHz range
2005-06-06 IEEE 802.11i and wireless security
IEEE's wireless security amendment adds stronger encryption, authentication, and key management strategies that go a long way toward guaranteeing data and system security
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.
2010-07-27 High-sensitivity, low-power wireless receivers support multiple protocols
Infineon Technologies introduces an enhanced family of three wireless control receivers offering the highest current available sensitivity and low power consumption. These controllers also provide multi-band support and capability for use in various automotive applications
2007-06-01 Hearing aids get makeover with wireless
The humble hearing aid is going stereo and getting linked to cellphones and MP3 players, moves that could turn this badge of old age into a gizmo with the cachet of a Bluetooth ear clip.
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.
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
2004-11-01 Generating testbed for wireless sensor nets
Embedded system-based testbeds for wireless sensor networks are useful for protocol and related algorithm verification.
2007-08-16 Fundamentals of the Bluetooth protocol
Larry Mittag of Mittag Enterprises discusses how to use Bluetooth protocol stacks to their fullest potential, including some dos and don'ts about tweaking protocols
2002-09-06 Fujitsu, NMS codevelop wireless video gateway system
Fujitsu Ltd and NMS Communications have developed a wireless video gateway system for distributing multimedia content from the Internet to handsets supporting the IMT-2000
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2004-10-22 Extreme, Foundry extend wireless LAN switch lineups
Foundry and Extreme extended their WLAN switch lineups with an emphasis on simplified deployment, VoIP support, security and lower cost products for remote offices.
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