Latest IEEE 802.11 Stories
Introducing the UA230A, a powerful device that allows users to connect to a wireless network from extreme distances, while maintaining Wi-Fi signal strength Chino
- Qualcomm Gains Momentum with 802.11ac 2.0 Solutions: Enables New MU-MIMO Products from AVM, Introduces New Chip for Notebooks and Consumer Electronics - AMSTERDAM, Oct.
LAS VEGAS, October 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RF elements announced the new product line of wireless equipment at WISPAPALOOZA 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.
A major advance in Wi-Fi technology announced this week by Samsung looks likely to deliver data transfer speeds up to 5 times faster than anything currently available – the kind of speed the hard core gamer, movie streaming fan or business can only dream of today.
Workshop examines best practices for new, high-performance 802.11ac networks AMSTERDAM, Oct.
DSL and Fiber-to-the-Home gateways deliver high-performance video, voice, and data services SUWANEE, Ga., Oct.
ETAdvanced slashes power consumption by 80%, extends battery life and enables gigabit communication for smartphones and wearable devices at up to 160 MHz signal bandwidth ROME, Oct.
Featuring Industry's Lightest, Smallest Outdoor 802.11ac APs, and Embedded Adaptive Antenna Technology SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct.
TEL AVIV, September 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Variscite [http://www.variscite.com ], a leading design and manufacturer of embedded solutions [http://www.variscite.com/solutions
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