Utilities > Wi-Fi

Netgear WN3000RP Universal Wi-Fi range extender

14 July, 2011 by

Netgear has launched its Wi-Fi range extender to eliminate radio dead spots.


First multicast mesh network in Darwin

08 March, 2011

When NT police planned an $8.612 million closed-circuit television system to monitor trouble hotspots in Darwin, it deployed a self-healing wireless network designed by MIMP connecting solutions to manage 109 cameras covering 6 sq km of the city’s streets.


Ten technologies to keep an eye on

20 July, 2010

Gartner has identified 10 mobile technologies that will evolve significantly through 2011 in ways that will impact short-term mobile strategies and policies.


Fluke AirCheck Wi-Fi tester

25 June, 2010 by

Fluke Networks has launched the AirCheck Wi-Fi tester, a dedicated handheld tool that is designed to deliver quick and easy troubleshooting for complex wireless local area networks (WLAN).


Berkeley Varitronics Yellowjacket b/a/n/g tablet analyser updated

08 December, 2009 by

Berkeley Varitronics Systems has updated its Yellowjacket b/a/n/g tablet analyser for 802.11n Wi-Fi networks.


45-nanometre chips promise ultra-fast Wi-Fi

31 July, 2009

Radio technologies that promise blisteringly fast Wi-Fi have been given a boost by a team of European researchers’ work on miniscule microchips.


Tablet PC software

29 April, 2009 by

Berkeley Varitronics has released Swarm tablet PC software for indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi site surveys.


Wi-Fi analysis kit

08 April, 2009 by

Berkeley Varitronics has released its latest Yellowjacket offering an 802.11b/a/n/g developer’s kit for Wi-Fi development engineers.


Companies unite for mobile broadband

10 October, 2008

A GSMA-led collaboration with 16 IT and mobile companies aims to create a new category of always-connected mobile broadband devices to provide an alternative to WiFi.


Wireless access point

07 January, 2008

ProSoft Technology has added its 802.11abg Industrial Hotspot to its RadioLinx range. The RLX-IHW functions as a wireless access point, repeater or client and is designed for global installations.


Wireless revolution is coming down the line

11 December, 2005

A British rail operator is on track to expand its wireless internet service across its entire fleet of trains. The plans will transform every GNER train into a 'mobile office'


Wi-Fi isolator

25 November, 2004

Renaissance Electronics is offering a low-profile Wi-Fi 802.11a isolator that is designed to fit into a PCMCIA card, or other small footprint applications.


USB Wi-Fi client adapter

26 October, 2004

The conneX SNAP24b-USB is a wireless access device for Wi-Fi networks. It allows a USB equipped computer to communicate directly with a wireless network at speeds up to 11 Mbps.


Distributed wireless access solution

27 September, 2004

The SonicWall Distributed Wireless Solution enables secure, centrally-managed wireless network deployment for businesses of all sizes and eliminates the need for separate, parallel infrastructures to support wired and wireless security and productivity services.


Eyewear-mounted display for mobile PCs

30 June, 2004

MicroOptical Corporation has released its SV-6 PC Viewer, the first eyewear-mounted display specifically designed for use with mobile personal computers. The SV-6 is a small, ultra-lightweight and highly ergonomic display that provides head-up, hands-free viewing of information from Tablets, laptops, wearable computers, ruggedised computers or other mobile computing devices with a VGA output.


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