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2002-05-14 Voice over IP
This application note describes the process of configuring a reliable and QoS-enabled network using the MultiFlow 5000 and introduces a sample VoIP network using MultiFlow 5000 with Cisco IP phones and Cisco Call Manager server software.
2007-03-01 Tools facilitate Wi-Fi protection
The Wi-Fi Alliance will roll out a handful of chips this quarter that support the alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
2007-01-17 Chips simplify Wi-Fi security for consumers
A handful of chips will roll out this quarter that support the Wi-Fi Alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Setup, a method that relies on a PIN number or the push of a button to set up network security.
2014-10-22 WiFi devices from TI guarantee WiFi interoperability
Texas Instruments revealed that its SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 devices, aimed at the Internet of Things, have been WiFi-certified at the chip level, ensuring easy integration into an IoT system.
2014-06-17 TI Internet-on-a-chip makes Wi-Fi-ready devices
The single-chip MCU integrates a Wi-Fi network processor sub-system that includes an 802.11 b/g/n radio, base band, and MAC with a crypto engine for fast, secure connections with 256bit encryption.
2016-03-28 The search for the right wireless technology
Selecting the right solution for connecting your device to the Internet can be tough. This article aims to lead you in the right direction based on some fundamental properties of wireless technologies.
2011-05-06 Next-gen WiFi module enables IoT apps
GainSpan Corp. has unveiled a next-generation WiFi module that brings future-proof wireless connectivity to more embedded devices.
2014-04-04 Econais integrates Wi-Fi into a compact form factor
Measuring 14x16x2.8mm, the module integrates MCU, Wi-Fi, cloud connectivity, flash and antenna that is fully certified to FCC, EC, IC, and TELEC.
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