Progress in Short-range Wireless Communications Developments - Marketing and Technological Trends
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bqdhdc/progress_in) has announced the addition of the "Progress in Short-range Wireless Communications Developments - Marketing and Technological Trends" report to their offering.
This report reflects the progress in the development of short-range radio (with maximum transmission distance of 30-100 feet) and ultra-short-range communications devices (with maximum transmission distance of - 5-10 centimeters). The report updates and revises Practel reports issued in 2008-2012.
In particular, the following technologies and related markets were addressed:
- Bluetooth (BT)
- Near Field Communications
The report emphasizes one of the important technological trends: advanced manufacturing methods and microminiaturization allow the creation of multimodal devices. Such devices implement several technologies on one chipset, which effectively integrates common elements serving different radios. The report also shows the role of ultra-short-range communications: used as an independent technique or together with short-range radios.
The report contains a detailed survey of WPAN/WLAN equipment vendors specializing in the production of the discussed communications equipment.
Key Topics Covered:
1.2 Nfc Specifics
1.4 Short-Range Radio Specifics
1.5 Report Structure
1.7 Intended Audience
2.0 Short-Reach Radio: Technologies And Markets
2.1 Ultra Wideband
2.5 Ieee 802.11N Wlan
3.0 Ultra-Short Reach Wireless Communications
3.1 Near Field Communications
Companies Mentioned - for a full list, please click here
- Aeon Labs
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