wireless communications


Hollyland’s COSMO C1 is a Game Changer for Wireless Video Live Streaming

by Artem Alekseenko

The newest member of Hollyland’s COSMO series, the COSMO C1, establishes a new standard for real-time video monitoring at up to 1,000ft line-of-sight, thanks to Hollyland’s transformative HEVO wireless transmission technology. With COSMO C1, …

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Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Publishes New TV White Space Rules

by Andrew Fenn

A new model of rules pertaining to TV White Space technology has been issued by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA), replacing the original published version from 2014. The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance is a global …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Spectrum Allocation| Vol 25 - Issue 02| wireless communications

Bluetooth 5.0 Doubles Speed, Quadruples Range

by Tom Allen

The fifth generation of the Bluetooth standard will be released in late 2016/early 2017 – bringing increased range, speed and messaging capacity. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) says that Bluetooth 5.0 will be …

Tags:Bluetooth| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 24| wireless communications

Could Nanoimprints Restart Moore’s Law?

by Tom Allen

A team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a way to develop high-performance wireless transistors on rolls of plastic. These devices are able to operate at 38GHz, although 110GHz is feasible. Both power …

Tags:Flex| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 16| wireless communications

Optoma Working on VR

by Tom Allen

Jon Peddie’s Techwatch newsletter has covered a VR story that we missed at CES – but, as the product was only shown behind closed doors, we don’t feel too bad about it. Image: TechwatchOptoma …

Tags:AMOLED| Mobile Display Monitor| Optoma| Virtual Reality| Vol 22 - Issue 11| wireless communications

Keyssa Offering Connector-less Connectivity

by Chris Chinnock

Keyssa is a new company – to me anyway – that has been developing a connection technology that is based upon the 60 GHz band. After 6 years of R&D, 150 patents and $50M …

Tags:Vol 23 - Issue 11| WiGIG| wireless communications

Microsoft Improves Wireless Display Adapter

by Isaac Oburu

Last year Microsoft launched a new accessory (Microsoft Works With Miracast) that allowed users to wirelessly display anything from a Miracast-enabled device. The new adaptor is identical, but latency has been reduced. Customers in …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Microsoft| Miracast| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 07| wireless communications


Pace Receives Shareholder Approvals for Proposed Combination

by Isaac Oburu

ARRIS Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARRS) today announced that Pace received its required shareholder approvals at the court and general shareholder meetings held today to approve the proposed combination with ARRIS. As previously announced, the …

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Intel’s Wireless Prototype Uses Skylake

by Tom Allen

Intel has shown a prototype wire-free laptop at its Developer Forum in Shenzen, China. The company has been promoting the concept since summer last year, and is now readying reference designs for licensing. The …

Tags:Intel| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebooks| Vol 22 - Issue 16| Wireless Charging| wireless communications

Sibean Joins Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance

by Vanessa Browning

SiBEAM, Inc., a pioneer and leader in millimeter-wave technologies for wireless communications, announced its membership as an active sponsor of the Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance, joining leading operators and manufacturers representing the …

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Google Planning WiFi for Android Wear

by Tom Allen

The Verge claims that Google is planning to release an update to Android Wear that will bring Wi-Fi support to devices running the OS. Other smaller updates will add gesture control and UI changes.

Tags:Android| Gesture Recognition| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartwatches| Vol 22 - Issue 11| wireless communications