IP Theft & RF BAW Filters

The New York Times recently reported on another troubling example of IP theft / transfer from strategically important US technologies companies, in this particular...

WiFi Alliance launches certification for precise location technology

Positioning a person or object precisely within a building remains one of the challenges of wireless communication, and can be essential to safety, as...

Sharing my Wi-Fi Networks

Startup Instabridge has just announced having raised 3 million EUR of series A last week. Following closely innovation going in the Wi-Fi space, I...

CaptiveXS Helps Businesses Take Control of Their IoT Security

The internet of things (IoT) has grown to a point where the entire world has become familiar with both its good and bad elements....

Wi-Fi Doesn’t Let Success Go to Its Head

Wi-Fi is a decades-old technology, but it remains as relevant as ever because it continues to evolve in ways that benefit vendors, service providers...

No room for Wi-Fi at 5G North America

Most wireless technologies were discussed during 5G North America event last week in Austin, co-located with 5G New Horizons and the Big Communications Event....

Comcast may follow Cablevision into mobile WiFi soon

Signs of the times in US cable – Comcast may soon have more internet than TV subscribers; Cablevision plans to prioritize WiFi over the...

Cablecos to disrupt US mobile market

If one thing is clear about 5G, it is that it will be a wireline as well as a wireless platform. Its base standards...

New Qualcomm chip claims low power dual band WiFi for IoT

Qualcomm Technologies has announced a new WiFi product for supporting the development of connected devices in the IoT, unveiled at the Computex 2016 show...

How will LTE Unlicensed affect Wi-Fi performance?

Wi-Fi has enjoyed a quasi-monopolistic usage of the 5GHz in the last few years but that is changing as Multefire and LTE unlicensed in general...