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WLAN firmware extends the useful life of wireless devices

WLAN firmware extends the useful life of wireless devices
Belden have today announced an industry first in the introduction of Hirschmann HiLCOS 8.8, with the new WLAN firmware supporting IPv6 as well as being able to extend the useful life of installed wireless devices. This device opens up new possibilities for using WLANin automation as Product Manager Pascal Unterdorfer explained: “The new HiLCOS 8.8 firmware opens up new possibilities for using WLAN in automation, for example, in power supply applications. These use public networks to control power distribution, making IPv6 routing an absolute must.”
30th October 2013

Wireless power reciever meets WPC 1.1 specification

Wireless power reciever meets WPC 1.1 specification
Offering portable device manufacturers a high-efficiency solution, IDT have today announced the new IDTP9025 wireless power receiver. Meeting the Wireless Power Consortium’s 1.1 “Qi” specification, the IDTP9025 is optimized for high-volume portable consumer applications and offers a cost-effective wireless power solution for universal compatibility with the next-generation of Qi charging bases.
29th October 2013

BlackBird v2 provides 75% better range

BlackBird v2 provides 75% better range
An upgrade to the original BlackBird CAN to WLAN interface, the BlackBird v2 HS CAN 2.0 to WLAN interface has been unveiled by Kvaser AB. Incorporating a new radio chip that gives it up to 75% better range, the Blackbird v2 can be accessed from any tablet PC or smartphone due to a new REST-based API.
28th October 2013


Chipset 'turbocharges' home networking performance

Chipset 'turbocharges' home networking performance
At the Broadband World Forum Show, Lantiq unveiled the latest additions to its AnyWAN VDSL2 and Ethernet Home Gateway chipset family. The new additions to the AnyWAN VDSL2 and Ethernet Home Gateway chipset family feature the GRX330 communications processor, which uses a dedicated acceleration engine to maximize 802.11ac Wi-Fi throughput while keeping the CPU available for other tasks.
24th October 2013

Updated version of Laird Connection Manager released

Laird Technologies have today announced the release of an updated version of the Laird Connection Manager. This new version will enable administrators of mobile computers and other business-critical mobile devices to save time and resources by configuring and managing WiFi and Bluetooth radios from a single simplified interface.
18th October 2013

AVM selects Lantiq VDSL SoC for FRITZ!Box 7490 VDSL2 gateway

AVM selects Lantiq VDSL SoC for FRITZ!Box 7490 VDSL2 gateway
Lantiq has announced that AVM has selected a Lantiq high integration systems-on-chip to power its latest generation flagship VDSL2 gateway FRITZ!Box 7490. The Lantiq VDSL SoC enables highest data rates up to 150 Mbps and reliable broadband access performance, featuring VDSL2 / ADSL2/2+ capability and integrated support of ITU-T standard Vectoring.
18th October 2013

The world’s first xDSL and LTE Residential Gateway

The world’s first xDSL and LTE Residential Gateway
Lantiq and Netgem have introduced the world’s first combined xDSL and LTE Residential Gateway, HYBRIDGE. The rising need to access high-definition video streams, including on-demand and OTT content, on multiple screens leads to an ever growing demand for bandwidth that is not always available to all consumers on existing copper networks.
16th October 2013

Richardson RFPD adds 50 Ohm SPDT switch

Richardson RFPD adds 50 Ohm SPDT switch
Richardson RFPD has immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a new absorptive, 50Ω RF single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch from Peregrine Semiconductor.  The PE42423 operates from 100MHz to 6GHz and features high linearity that remains invariant across the full supply range, as well as high power handling and high isolation.
14th October 2013

connectBlue introduces new WLAN security feature

connectBlue has today made available the Extensible Authentication Protocol-Transport Layer Security as a Wireless LAN security feature. EAP-TLS is particularly beneficial in mission critical applications when there is a need to increase security and / or to centrally authorize individual wireless units.
14th October 2013

The IoT gets big distance boost from IBM and Semtech

The IoT gets big distance boost from IBM and Semtech
IBM and Semtech have today jointly announced a significant advancement in wireless technology, combining IBM software and Semtech hardware to create a system capable of transmitting data up to a distance of 15 km (9 miles), depending on the environment, with significantly improved ease-of-use.
14th October 2013


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