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wlan

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Atheros launches new energy-efficient WLAN chip for mobile devices

Atheros introduces new WLAN chip for mobile devices that uses 20 percent less energy and comes in a tiny form factor.

By November 2, 2009

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Take a MIMO: WLAN ubiquity at last

Vendors charge more for MIMO equipment, but is it worth it? David Braue puts WLAN-on-steroids to the test in a suburban Melbourne home.

By February 13, 2006

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Aruba strikes back at Motorola's patent claims

Sued by Motorola in August over four WLAN-related patents, Aruba is now countersuing, arguing that its use of the patents had gone unchallenged for years.

By October 22, 2007

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Mobility and choice should trump dogmatism

Cisco's Alan S. Cohen says it's time to dispel industry myths and start to merge cellular and WLAN technologies.

August 22, 2006

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Cisco fixes latest WLAN flaw

A tool exploiting another flaw in Cisco's wireless LAN products has been released, but the company said it has everything under control.

By April 14, 2004

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Cisco flaw puts Wi-Fi networks at risk

Fix is out for bug in WLAN controllers that could enable an attacker to send malicious wireless traffic.

By November 2, 2005

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IDC: Growth ahead for wireless chip sales

According to a new report, WLAN semiconductor revenue will jump to $3 billion by 2009--up from $1.2 billion last year.

May 23, 2005

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D-Link to incorporate TI chips

Texas Instruments said Tuesday that its wireless local area network (WLAN) chips will be integrated into new products made by D-Link, the No. 2 seller of WLAN equipment in the United States. A TI spokeswoman did not comment on when D-Link's products with TI chips inside would be available for sale. TI has similar agreements with two other makers of WLAN, or 802.11, equipment. A TI spokeswoman said the first WLAN products with TI chipsets will debut in stores starting in June.

By May 14, 2002

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Short Take: Bay buys WLAN company

Bay Networks plans to acquire wireless local area network (WLAN) company Netwave Technologies for about $10 million. Netwave, which develops wireless connectivity products for PC users, said it shipped the first wireless LAN adapter fully integrated on a PC Card in 1995, and soon will ship products that support both IEEE specifications for wireless LAN technology, Direct Sequence, and Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum.

June 2, 1998