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What is WLAN?
Wireless local area network or WLAN links two or more networks without using wires. It is a type of LAN that transmits in the 2.4GHz or 5GHz unlicensed frequency band.
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2003-10-02 Agilent breaks into WLAN testing
Agilent partners with AirMagnet to provide WLAN testing solutions.
2003-03-19 Agere, Ubicom partner on WLAN solutions
Agere Systems Inc. and Ubicom Inc. have collaborated to jointly deliver 802.11b/WiFi reference designs.
2002-06-28 Agere WLAN router has 16km range
The OR-500 remote outdoor router from Agere Systems features an embedded 2.4GHz radio with a range of up to 16km.
2003-04-16 Agere rolls multimode WLAN chipset
Agere Systems recently launched a chipset compatible with the 802.11a, b, and g standards.
2002-05-01 Addressing the WLAN security standard issues
This article talks about the urgency WLAN security issues pose to standards-making groups and the need to make solutions that would benefit designers and consumers alike.
2003-12-09 Actel adopts HelloSoft WLAN IP
HelloSoft Inc., a provider of communication IP, has licensed its HelloWLAN IEEE 802.11b IP to Actel Corp.'s Protocol Design Services Group, a supplier of hardware and software design services.
2002-05-10 Achieving volume production of 5GHz WLAN devices
This application note describes how to achieve volume production of 5GHz WLAN devices.
2002-09-20 A VCO design for wlan applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz ISM band APN1010
This application note describes the design of RF and IF VCOs for a 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz WLAN application.
2006-04-03 A better path to video-over-WLAN
Higher throughput, excess bandwidth, MIMO, channel bonding and advanced forward error correction are but some of the remedies for issues confronting video delivery over WLAN.
2005-07-29 90nm device targets WLAN designs
Marvell announced the Marvell 88W8686, which the company reports is the world's first ultra-low-power 90nm Wireless LAN (WLAN) single chip device. Drawing less than 400mw, the system features a total footprint of less than 50mm?.
2003-12-01 802.11g starts answering WLAN range questions
Chipmakers and equipment developers are starting the initial rollout of 802.11g systems. Now designers can more effectively compare the range of 802.11g and 802.11a systems.
2004-06-21 802.11b WLAN transceiver shrinks circuit board and bill of materials
This app note presents a complete RF solution that meets the requirements of the IEEE 802.11b WLAN standard.
2004-11-23 802.11b WLAN transceiver shrinks circuit board and bill of material
This app note shows a complete RF solution (RF transceiver and power amplifier) that meets the requirements of the IEEE 802.11b WLAN standard.
2010-01-11 5GHz WLAN PA ups range, data throughput
The power amplifier enables OEMs to take advantage of the broad bandwidth available in the 5GHz unlicensed spectrum around the world.
2015-03-25 5GHz power amplifier module cuts cost for WLAN-based designs
The SST11CP22 from Microchip Technology claims to offer 19dBm linear output power at 1.8 per cent dynamic error vector magnitude (EVM) with MCS9 80MHz bandwidth modulation.
2011-06-28 28nm CMOS supports WLAN, Bluetooth
RFaxis rolls out its 28nm CMOS silicon multiband/multimode RF Front-end IC that supports WLAN and Bluetooth.
2004-08-26 10G LLC selects DPAC embedded 802.11b WLAN modules
10G LLC is integrating the Airborne WLAN Node Module from DPAC Technologies into its Wi-Fi communications adapter.
2005-07-01 Z-Com opts for TI voice solutions
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) said that its WLAN and VoIP products were selected by Z-Com, a wireless broadband ODM, for USB adapter and residential gateway module product lines.
2002-03-14 Yageo, National Semiconductor, Infineon showcase products at electronicChina 2002
In an effort to tap the emerging China market, Taiwan passive components supplier Yageo Corp., analog device maker National Semiconductor Corp., and Infineon Technologies AG's Power-Management Division are showcasing their latest products and technologies at this year's electronicChina 2002 exhibit.
2007-01-11 WNPU unlocks full potential of 802.11n
Atheros' AR7161 WNPU unlocks the full potential of 802.11n technology to enable simultaneous high-bandwidth applications.
2003-03-27 WLANs on unique path in China
China is likely to take a different path toward WLAN proliferation, one that mixes a top-down approach from China's big telecom service providers and a bottoms-up approach from corner store owners trying to make an extra yuan.
2004-11-16 WLANs are jump-starting cognitive radio
CR techniques can be expanded in an evolutionary way to achieve the full promise of wireless communications.
2004-05-03 Wireless USB: An efficient 2.4GHz net for less
This article will examine the key requirements of point-to-multipoint systems, and then provide a design example.
2014-02-07 Wireless tech seen as threat to manufacturing security
The rising use of connected devices is exposing production sites to security breaches and cyber-attacks, compelling firms to seek ways to protect their networks, according to IHS.
2010-07-12 Wireless switches suit remote monitoring apps
From Honeywell comes a series of wireless limit switches that combine flexibility with harsh-duty packaging to increase efficiency and improve safety for machines, equipment, OEMs and operators.
2004-08-23 Wireless switch deployment growing rapidly
Paced by rapidly increasing adoption of wireless switches, overall sales of enterprise-class WLAN equipment grew 21 percent in the recent quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago, according to a market study released on August 18, 2004 by Dell'Oro Group.
2011-11-17 Wireless sol'n supports 802.11ac
Quantenna's 802.11ac solution builds on 4x4 MIMO foundation to enable 2Gbit/s wireless routers.
2002-05-15 Wireless security: End to end
The solution to secure wireless networks is in applying the same techniques used for end-to-end security on wired networks.
2004-03-01 Wireless RF integration: Today and tomorrow
As industries move toward SoC integration, designers will find ways to meet the demands for greater RF complexity and extended battery life.
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.
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