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2013-04-22 Taking advantage of Bluetooth LE advertising mode
Here's a discussion on BLE architecture and the protocol stack, with focus on Advertising mode and required software implementation.
2005-01-18 Taking a walk inside Bluetooth EDR
There's no doubt that Bluetooth technology has started to gain hold in the communication sector.
2005-02-01 SDR is not yet on call
The technology for SDRs has been around for years but it hasn't found yet its place in the wireless realm
2008-04-28 Reduce power consumption in UWB chips
One especially sweet spot for UWB and Wireless USB is in mobile, battery-operated devices requiring high bandwidth and low power consumption
2011-01-21 Picochip, Continuous Computing, Ixia team up on LTE
Picochip, Continuous Computing and Ixia have collaborated to validate the Trillium LTE and femtocell wireless protocol software using picoArray harwade via IxCatapult
2009-12-29 Multi-point HD audio chip handles up to 10 devices
Avnera Corp. has developed what claims is the first multi-point to multi-point wireless audio chip that enables up to 10 devices to send and receive wireless HD audio
2008-11-14 Microchip Zigbee-2006 residential stack protocol
This application note is specifically designed to assist designers who are interested in adopting the Zigbee protocol in their applications.
2007-08-29 Microchip stack for the Zigbee protocol
This application note is specifically designed to assist you in adopting the Zigbee protocol for your application.
2004-12-16 Chipmakers still uncertain of plunge into NFC
No chipmaker aside from Philips Semiconductors has yet agreed to supply NFC chips.
2007-03-01 Zigbee vet strives to reduce cost of solutions
Wireless microcontroller specialist Jennic is putting the marker down for next-generation Zigbee-compliant devices at sub-$2 prices in 100,000-plus units
2014-11-19 Zigbee 3.0 goes for 'one size fits all'
The ZigBee Alliance is consolidating all forms of its low-power wireless technology under one standard, the ZigBee 3.0, in a move that will provide interoperability among the widest range of smart devices
2002-06-04 World needs fewer chip suppliers, analyst says
As if a lousy business climate weren't bad enough, there's more to worry about for semiconductor manufacturers.
2007-02-21 Working group okays baseline document for IEEE P1900.4
In its first meeting this month, the IEEE P1900.4 working group approved the content of a baseline document for the standard.
2003-04-02 Windows XP download boosts 802.11 security
Microsoft has released for download a free patch that adds WiFi Protected Access to both consumer and business versions of its Windows XP OS.
2004-05-10 WiMedia Alliance supports MBOA UWB specs
The WiMedia Alliance has endorsed the MultiBand OFDM Alliance (MBOA) ultrawideband specifications for use with the WiMedia Convergence Platform.
2007-12-19 WiMedia Alliance heads calls for spectrum division
To avoid a fight over bandwidth on unlicensed frequencies, the industry needs to carve up spectrum bands based on what applications best fit in them, says Stephen Wood, president of the WiMedia Alliance.
2008-03-27 WiMAX takes off at airports
WiMAX is set to make its commercial debut at airports, updating manifests, flight plans and onboard entertainment each time a plane lands.
2010-05-12 WiGig joins hands with SiBeam, Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance has struck a deal with the Wi-Fi Alliance to have its specification for 60GHz networking considered as the next generation of Wi-Fi
2011-06-02 Video chip allows low-cost video streaming
Cavium Networks has unveiled the PureVu CNW66xx, its latest line of SoC video processors for universal wireless display receivers
2004-05-06 VeriWave fields test system for WLANs
VeriWave has introduced hardware and software that tests WLAN conformance and reliability at all stages of system development.
2012-01-23 Verifying, locating interference
Read about the process and techniques for measuring and locating wireless interference using a handheld, portable spectrum analyzer
2008-09-01 UWB connections extend to handsets
UWB technology uniquely offers a handset the potential to wirelessly connect peripheral devices previously reserved for wired connections. In particular, high-bandwidth connections to peripherals such as external HDD and displays require UWB's high performance level to function effectively.
2009-02-03 Tzero to sample UWB chip consuming
Startup Tzero Technologies hopes 2009 will be the year UWB establishes a foothold. The company plans to sample by June a single UWB chip that consumes less than 1W and is aimed at mobile devices.
2007-05-16 Tool lowers system cost for handsets
QuickLogic's ArcticLink is an ASSP that can be configured to support several communications and peripheral protocols for handheld systems
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags
2008-12-01 Telehealth age dawns
Remote monitoring using wireless technology is finally getting its interoperability act together worldwide. Telehealth technologies are being developed and deployed to reduce visits to hospitals and doctors' offices and improve patient health with lifestyle coaching
2010-12-15 Standards for hybrid homes step forward
Several companies are working on a draft standard to help unify fragmented wireless and wired home networks, including Atheros, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Intel, Marvell, Toshiba and others
2011-12-01 SiP touts Bluetooth 3 support up to 24Mbit/s
Wi2Wi's W2CBW0015 includes WiFi-802.11n support up to 150Mbit/s over the air with 40MHz channels.
2008-06-24 Single-chip Zigbee IC promises low power consumption
Freescale has begun sampling the latest addition in its MC1322x single-chip IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee family, designed to provide a highly integrated, total solution with very low power consumption.
2010-03-10 Short-range transceiver handles 2.4GHz ISM band
Analog Devices Inc. has released a RF transceiver targeting short-range wireless systems in the global 2.4GHz ISM (industrial, science and medical) band
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