Utilities > Wi-Fi

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.


Eyewear-mounted display for mobile PCs

28 April, 2004

PIC 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.


Point-to-multipoint wireless

22 March, 2004

The Tsunami MP.11a point-to-multipoint wireless solution is designed specifically to provide near-line-of-sight wireless access in urban environments. Reliable connectivity between multiple buildings can be implemented easily as well as outdoor extensions to a local area network (LAN).


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