Atheros

Some articles on atheros:

Qualcomm Atheros
... Qualcomm Atheros is a developer of semiconductors for network communications, particularly wireless chipsets ... Founded under the name Atheros in 1998 by experts in signal processing from Stanford University, the University of California, Berkeley and the private industry, the company went public ... When the acquisition was completed on May 24, 2011, Atheros became a subsidiary of Qualcomm operating under the name Qualcomm Atheros ...
Qualcomm Atheros - Open Source
... In the free software community, Atheros had been known for not releasing the appropriate documentation that would allow free software developers to write open-source drivers to support Atheros ... As a result, OSS support for Atheros hardware was rather limited ... provided a completely free driver for Atheros devices ...
Qualcomm Atheros - Products
... WLAN – Qualcomm Atheros offers a variety of wireless connectivity solutions, including their Align 1-stream 802.11n chips, and the XSPAN 2-stream with SST2 and 3-stream with SST3 chips for 802.11n ... Qualcomm Atheros also offers legacy WLAN designs for 802.11a/g ... Power line communication (PLC) – Qualcomm Atheros is a member of the HomePlug Powerline Alliance ...
Qualcomm Atheros - IPO
... In 2004, Atheros completed its IPO on the NASDAQ exchange and unveiled a number of products, including the first video chipset for mainstream HDTV-quality wireless connectivity ... In 2005, Atheros introduced the industry's first MIMO-enabled WLAN chip, as well as the ROCm family of high-performance, low-power WLAN solutions for mobile handsets and portable consumer ... In 2006 Atheros launched its XSPAN solutions, which featured a single-chip, triple-radio solution for 802.11n ...
High-speed Multimedia Radio - Custom Frequencies - 420 MHz
... The DL-435, is mini-PCI adapter based on the Atheros wireless chipset ... The XAGYL Communications XC420M, is a mini-PCI adapter based on the Atheros wireless chipset ... The Atheros chipset's ability to use 5 MHz transmission bandwidths could allow part 97 operation on the 420-430 MHz ATV sub-band ...