Category Archive: Wi-Fi

Jun 18 2015

Wireless certified™ Passpoint Release 2 Simple, Secure, Seamless mobile Connectivity

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Wi-Fi Passpoint is a key enabling technology that helps satisfy increasing consumer demand for mobile broadband service. This demand is being driven by the increased use of mobile devices, such as laptops, smart phones and tablets. High-bandwidth applications, such as VoIP and video streaming, are putting an added strain on cellular networks, especially in high-density …

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Nov 17 2014

Wi-Fi Alliance CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Direct® Connections Provide Convenient High Speed Network Services Direct to Customers

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Wi-Fi Direct® is an IEEE 802.11 wireless network protocol that supports direct wireless connections between compatible devices. Wi-Fi Direct uses peer-to-peer connections to perform common networking tasks. With Wi-Fi Direct users can quickly and securely share, print, display, and sync files between linked devices.

Sep 01 2014

Comparative Analysis of 802.11ac Wireless Access Points

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As a leading global engineering validation and consulting company, Allion has already cultivated and built strong capabilities in the field of wireless device validation and testing. With the increasing penetration of the IEEE 802.11ac wireless standard across a wide range of electronic devices, increasing the overall availability and quality of compatible wireless access points (APs) …

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May 21 2014

Tap-to-Connect: An Innovative Application of Wi-Fi Protected Setup with NFC

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Meet Market Requirement, Upgrade Easy-to-Use & Strengthen Security Protection With the mass usage of mobile devices and wearable technologies, more and more manufacturers have incorporated Near Field Communication (NFC) technology into their basic specification, improving the rapidity and convenience of interconnection. According to market research of IHS report, the world shipments of NFC-enabled cellular handsets …

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Oct 21 2013

New Generation of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac Satisfies Your Appetite for Network

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Wi-FI Alliance® (WFA) has again created another milestone with the launch of the brand new Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac Certification Program. Products that pass Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac Certification Program would be able to transmit data with speed over 1 Gbps, have up to 160 MHz channel bandwidth and also support Multi-user MIMO and 256 QAM Modulation. …

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Dec 10 2012

Understanding Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast ™: The Extension of Wi-Fi Technology. Miracast is for Miracle, Cast and seamlessly Mobile-Display Certification Program

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Extended collaboration between technology and the content within it shall prevail eventually According to Marshall McLuhan, a famous Canadian philosopher of communication theory, "All media are extensions of some human faculty- psychic or physical." From the point of the development of technology, we would realize that with the rise of mobile devices such as smartphone …

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May 03 2011

Key Points of Product Testing in Automobile Electronics Market: In-Vehicle Infotainment System V.S. Bluetooth Cell Phones

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Along with the trend of smart portable devices, automobile electronics market is now taking a spot besides of smartphone and smart TV. Recently, the majority of people are getting familiar with the term “Smart Car”; user-friendly design that combines automobile with three fields: information, communication and entertainment. In-vehicle infotainment system is now the major trend …

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Apr 14 2011

Top Leading Industry Standards (1): Windows, USB and Wi-Fi

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Along with the fast-growing technology, technology standardization is not only promoting technology development but also providing a clear purchase direction to consumers. According to today’s market, Allion Test Labs has collected six top industry standards and specifications here below, which includes Microsoft Windows, USB, Wi-Fi, HDMI, DisplayPort and SATA. In the first article, we will …

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