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2003-04-16 Mobile-WLAN combo faces power conundrum
Telecom dream weavers work on technology that would enable WANs and Bluetooth to work seamlessly with WiFi; before we get there, design engineers need to answer issues like leakage current to solve the power conundrum that is hindering the integration of cellphones and PDAs into WiFi paradise.
2004-01-29 In-Stat/MDR: WLAN, WAN PC card markets gain strength
In a recent survey, In-Stat/MDR found that, not only is the market for WLAN and WAN access growing, but so are its support markets.
2010-07-02 WLAN VoIP router offers 3G USB modem support
Broadcom Corp. is rolling out the Intensi-fi XLR WLAN VoIP router SoC platform solutions with enhanced features that include 3G support
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2002-12-09 Nortel melds WLAN, cellular networks
Nortel Networks announced that it is providing carriers and operators with the software, hardware, and agreements for seamless IP roaming between Wi-Fi-based WLANs and CDMA, GPRS, and UMTS WANs.
2008-03-18 Multicore WLAN switch targets mid-size enterprises
A multicore processor-based wireless LAN (WLAN) switch targeted at mid-sized enterprises has been launched by the Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola Inc
2006-01-16 Leveraging MIMO for wireless WAN success
Performance gains provided by MIMO techniques will fuel the next chapter of wireless communications.
2003-03-17 Atmel unveils chip to link WLAN to WAN
A second-generation single-chip device from Atmel Corp. provides a seamless connection between a WLAN and a WAN.
2005-05-16 Utilizing the RF spectrum for WiMAX
More than just hype, WiMAX promises to clear the path toward freedom of mobility and will form the basis of 4G
2005-08-23 TDK changes corporate name to Teridian Semiconductor
Mixed-signal IC provider TDK Semiconductor Corp. has changed its name to Teridian Semiconductor Corp., which is effective immediately.
2005-02-28 China opportunity for comms chip makers in 2005, says report
China's communications market is set to be worth more than $68 billion in 2005, up 27 percent from 2004, according to a report from Global Sources.
2003-03-03 The 800lb. gorilla in public W-LANs
Cometa Networks of AT&T, IBM, and Intel poses to be the largest and most influential public-access WLAN company - this can help in establishing the standards that will lead to unification of the public-access WAN industry.
2003-04-29 Taiwan data comms sector posts $913M in shipment value
According to the Market Intelligence Center, the domestic shipment value for data communications industry reached $913 million in Q1 of 2003.
2007-03-01 Sensor nets out to solve real-world problems
At the IRRR Radio and Wireless Symposium held in January, academic researchers presented concrete examples of advanced wireless data and sensor networks.
2004-08-02 Rules changing for the home media server
To build cost-effective servers, highly modular designs must be built around the PCI bus and communications processors.
2005-03-16 Net processor seeks to run triple play
Startup SiNett takes a stake in network security, packet processing and WLAN integration with wired infrastructure
2002-08-21 Marvell tames 802.11b power, security
Marvell has released two chipsets that aim at reducing power consumption, increasing security and mitigating interference in these WLANs.
2004-06-01 IP mobility ensures seamless roaming
The wireless emphasis has shifted to "connecting the dots" by allowing seamless roaming between wide- and local-area networks.
2008-01-02 Granting Taiwan's 'ubiquitous comms' wish
AirDio has obtained the patent of the RF Integrated System module, enabling ubiquitous communication that users are demanding.
2004-09-16 Embedded VoIP implementations using SIP
Broadband adoption has laid the pavement for mass-market VoIP implementation. Find out the advances that have made 2004 the year of VoIP.
2003-06-16 Convergence in broadband gateways
The sheer number of broadband subscribers in Asia is creating some remarkable market dynamics for broadband connections.
2005-01-14 Wireless infrastructure market heading for $201 billion by '09
Two soon-to-be-released reports on the wireless infrastructure market suggest the sector is growing but at a slow pace and still has some major restructuring in the pipeline.
2001-04-15 Bluetooth chipmaker will ride 802.11a wave
This technical article describes Cambridge Silicon Radio's move to develop an all-CMOS 802.11a chip for 54MHz wireless networking in the 5GHz band.
2002-05-14 3e Technologies ships 802.11b wireless gateway
3e Technologies International Inc. has announced the release of its 3e-500 family of 802.11b wireless gateways for use in SOHO environments, factories, enterprise facilities, and military/ industrial applications.
2005-09-16 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Hybrid technology combines aspects of narrowband carrier systems and low-powered wideband PPM
2005-10-07 Samsung unveils converged platform for voice and data comm
Samsung released its OfficeServ 7200 converged platform, which marks the introduction of the company's converged platform for voice and data communications using wireline and wireless technologies.
2003-10-29 Linear power detector has offset, gain adjustment
Linear Technology Corp. has introduced the LTC5532, a precision RF power detector designed for monitoring and control apps in wireless comms transceivers.
2002-03-05 Intel reveals long-term goals for silicon photonics, sensors
Intel Corp. chief technology officer Patrick Gelsinger has revealed several research breakthroughs that extend the reach of silicon devices in his keynote address Thursday (Feb. 28) at the Intel Developer Forum.
2006-06-16 For net gear, all roads lead to ODMs
Semiconductor and embedded software companies teamed up at this year's Interop show to squeeze OEMs out of next-generation network equipment.
2008-03-19 First tri-radio 802.11n access point rolls
The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola Inc. has released AP-7131, said to be the industry's first tri-radio 802.11n access point featuring Motorola's new adaptive access point architecture.
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