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April 2009
This month's major story is the merger of the WiMedia Alliance into the Bluetooth SIG. Meanwhile the Incisor WPANel, made up of the most important execs in the short range wireless industry, look at the challenges of marketing wireless technology.
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March 2009
Includes the second review of the Incisor WPANel - this month the VIP group from all sectors of the short-range wireless industry look at the thorny issue of high speed wireless
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February 2009
CES follow-up issue includes two new movies - one for the Bluetooth SIG (Best of CES) and one for the WiMedia Alliance (Ultra-wideband in 2009).
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January 2009
Previewing IncisorTV's trip to CES, and Staccato counters accusations of UWB's demise.
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December 2008
It is consolidation time in the UWB industry. This hits every new technology sector. Some UWB companies have already gone, more may follow. This issue looks at developments in the UWB industry.
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November 2008
The recent Bluetooth Evolution Conference highlighted the current lack of interest in UWB that is being shown by many of the handset companies. The WiMedia Alliance rejects the idea that this is a major problem for the technology. Read the event report in this issue to get the full picture. Bluetooth testing is another flavour this month. On both sides of the Atlantic, network operators/cellular carriers are adding layers of interoperability testing. Test industry guru Siegfried Lehmann of Cetecom provides an insight.
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October 2008
September saw new hacking/security applications levelled at Bluetooth. In this issue, Joel Linsky of Qualcomm and the Bluetooth SIG answers. His forthright rebuttal should quieten the doubters.
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September 2008
This issue included an article by Paul Rasmussen on one of the hottest topics of the moment - whether Wi-Fi or UWB should be the high speed data channel for Bluetooth? Is the Bluetooth SIG's Alternative MAC/PHY (AMP) the answer? Read it all here!
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September 2008
This issue included an article by Paul Rasmussen on one of the hottest topics of the moment - whether Wi-Fi or UWB should be the high speed data channel for Bluetooth? Is the Bluetooth SIG's Alternative MAC/PHY (AMP) the answer? Read it all here!
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August 2008
There is a definite low power flavour to this issue. Incisor first reported on the low energy version of Bluetooth 12 months ago. In this month’s issue we report that both CSR and the Bluetooth SIG are showing working versions of Bluetooth low energy and also look at other solutions such as ZigBee, Z-Wave from Zensys and energy harvesting solutions from the EnOcean Alliance and its members.
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