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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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2003-07-02 UMC, Spirea to produce WLAN radio chips
United Microelectronics Corp. has delivered Spirea AB's TripleTraC and gTraC WLAN radios using its 0.18?m RF CMOS process.
2003-03-13 TTPCom acquires Cadence 802.11 WLAN IP
TTP Communications plc has acquired full ownership of the 802.11 WLAN intellectual property developed by Cadence Design Systems Inc.
2006-02-09 Tower Semi churns out Atheros WLAN devices
Tower Semi announced that the company has begun the production of WLAN products for Atheros Communications.
2002-12-30 Toshiba ships 5GHz WLAN chipset
The company has presented a 5GHz WLAN chipset that comprises of a baseband LSI and IF IC.
2003-09-04 Toshiba power amplifier suits 5GHz WLAN apps
Toshiba Corp. has extended its line of RF GaAs HBT MMICs to include a power amplifier specifically developed for use in 5GHz WLAN systems.
2004-11-11 Toshiba announces smallest GaAs MESFET switch for Bluetooth, WLAN apps
Toshiba released a small, low-profile GaAs MESFET SPDT switch that is suited for use in multi-band/mode cellular ASMs, Bluetooth modules and WLAN apps.
2008-07-23 Tool measures high-speed radio layers on WLAN chips
Anritsu Co. has introduced the MT8860C WLAN test set, which is a fully integrated test solution that performs high-speed radio layer measurements on WLAN chipsets.
2005-06-06 TI's WLAN products slot in AboCom USB adapter
The WLAN products from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) have been selected by AboCom Systems, an embedded WLAN ODM, for its universal serial bus (USB) adapter and residential gateway (RG) module product lines for RG market
2004-04-01 TI puts ADSL, VoIP, WLAN on one card
Texas Instruments has crafted two reference platforms that support ADSL, voice-over-Internet Protocol and WLAN capabilities on the same board.
2006-04-05 TI converges on Bluetooth, WLAN and FM audio
Texas Instruments has started sampling to selected mobile phone designers a device that integrates mobile WLAN, Bluetooth and FM stereo audio in one chip.
2005-06-03 TI Asia exec discusses evolution of WLAN at Computex 2005
WLAN is shifting from a stand-alone, data-centric point product to an embedded utility in the digital home, noted Dr. Kun-Shan Lin, Texas Instruments Inc., Asia, vice president, during his keynote address to industry executives attending Computex Taipei 2005
2005-01-24 TI announces new WLAN solution
Texas Instruments announced the latest in its family of application specific system level WLAN solutions.
2012-02-28 Test suite supports WLAN 802.11ac measurement
The PXI 3000 series test system from Aeroflex performs parametric measurements for manufacturing.
2002-06-05 Tektronix spectrum analyzer speeds WLAN, W-CDMA device testing
The FSQ series of spectrum analyzers from Tektronix Inc. combines the spectrum and vector signal analysis into a single box, thereby shortening the time for testing WLAN and W-CDMA devices.
1999-09-09 Technology economics of standards based WLAN solutions and cost of ownership
Wireless LAN radio technology continues to advance in performance achieving Ethernet like data rates and is becoming ubiquitous serving a variety of voice and data applications in the 2.4GHz ISM band. Standards are starting to emerge, allowing equipment manufacturers to deliver cost effective interoperable WLAN systems. This paper describes the benefits of using integrated chipset solutions over discrete designs, which are standards driven.
2005-11-24 TAEC power amp boosts WLAN, PHS and Bluetooth signals
Toshiba America Electronic Components released a new medium power Silicon Germanium BiCMOS power amplifier that is suitable for use in 1.9GHz to 2.5GHz band wireless apps.
2004-01-16 Tackling test for next-gen WLAN RF ICs
The emerging generation of WLAN chips would accelerate the demand for more differentiated WLAN RFICs.
2002-09-02 Synad adopts LTX, STATS technologies for WLAN chipsets
Synad Technologies has selected LTX Corp.'s Fusion CX configuration technology for its dual-band WLAN chipsets.
2002-07-17 SyChip's latest WLAN card to adopt Intersil PRISM 3 chip
SyChip will incorporate Intersil Corp.'s PRISM 3 chip with ZIF architecture into its SD form-factor WLAN card.
2005-01-03 Switch-mode PAs shine in WLAN designs
While some prefer silicon and BiCMOS processes, switched-mode GaAs power amps provide the best option for WLAN designs. Here's why.
2005-10-04 Switch isolates Bluetooth from WLAN
With 35dB isolation at one of its ports, NEC's new UPG2150T5L Single Pole Triple Throw switch offers a unique solution for isolating Bluetooth from 802.11b/g.
2004-12-15 Survey: WLAN becoming more pervasive in enterprises
Wireless LANs will become more pervasive in enterprises, according to a survey released by In-Stat/MDR.
2004-08-06 Study says enterprise WLAN equipment sales will soar
Sales of enterprise-class WLAN equipment will increase by 75 percent in 2004, according to a market study released by Dell'Oro Group.
2004-11-02 ST linear power amplifier suits WLAN apps
ST introduced a linear power amplifier for use in WLAN apps meeting the IEEE802.11b/g standards, such as notebook PCs, desktop PCs, PDAs and other mobile products.
2004-08-17 Special wallpaper deters WLAN intruders
A British aerospace company has developed special wallpaper than keeps wireless LAN radio signals inside, preventing intrusions from outside.
2006-04-24 SPDT switch suits WLAN, Bluetooth systems
New Japan Radio Co. Ltd announced the NJG1615HA8, a medium-power single-pole double-throw switch.
2005-08-09 SPDT switch serves WLAN, WiMAX
NEC introduced the UPG2163T5N GaAs MMIC SPDT (Single Pole Double Throw) switch that delivers industry-leading insertion loss performance in a new miniature, low profile 6-pin package.
2008-09-08 SP3T switch fits WLAN, Bluetooth apps
Tyco Electronics M/A-COM announced the MASW-008955, a DC-3.5GHz SP3T RoHS compliant switch for applications that require high linearity, low insertion loss, and fast settling time over a wide frequency range in an ultrasmall package size.
2007-02-14 Solution enables Bluetooth, WLAN coexistence in handsets
NXP Semiconductors unveiled an enhanced system solution enabling mobile users to simultaneously take advantage of handsets' Bluetooth and WLAN capabilities.
2002-06-25 SMC Networks, TI to deliver WLAN solutions
SMC Networks and Texas Instruments Inc. have partnered to deliver 802.11b-compatible WLAN solutions that provide higher speeds and increased WLAN coverage area for consumers.
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