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Sensata Technologies

Marketing Executive

On the one hand, every chip company seeks government subsidies before deciding where to build a factory. And that is justified as meeting the company's responsibility to its shareholders.”

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Diodes Incorporated

Online Advertising Manager

In a meeting in Atlanta Thursday, 180 voters, or 56 percent, supported the Task Group N (TGnSync) proposal, compared to 44 percent for the WWiSE (World-Wide Spectrum Efficiency) proposal.Since neither proposal captured 75 percent of the votes, representatives of both parties will in coming weeks hold discussions to determine how the proposals may be merged, according to Rolf De Vegt, senior director of business development for Airgo Networks (Palo Alto, Calif.).A spokesman for Airgo added Friday that one or two more IEEE meetings are likely before a draft will emerge. He added that a second confirmation vote will happen in May or July, depending on the progress of merger discussions.A meeting of the minds may not be that far off as there are many similarities in both proposals. Both the TGnSync and WWiSE proposals would bring wireless LANs up to and potentially beyond the 100 Mbps speeds of Ethernet LANs. Both also use Multiple Input/Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna technology, developed by Airgo, although they differ in their specific implementations.According to Airgo's De Vegt, WWise, TGnSync includes more optional elements than Wise, which could complicate execution.For months, major semiconductor and communications companies have been lining up in favor of either camp. In January, Qualcomm throw its support behind TGnSync, joining vendors such as Intel. Recent supporters of WWiSE include Motorola, and Nokia.Although the impetus for a next-generation WiFi standard is there, some industry observers have said they don't expect final adoption of the 802.11n standard for at least another year.Mobile Pipeline Staff contributed to this report

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Ideal-tek

Web Application Project Manager

In a meeting in Atlanta Thursday, 180 voters, or 56 percent, supported the Task Group N (TGnSync) proposal, compared to 44 percent for the WWiSE (World-Wide Spectrum Efficiency) proposal.Since neither proposal captured 75 percent of the votes, representatives of both parties will in coming weeks hold discussions to determine how the proposals may be merged, according to Rolf De Vegt, senior director of business development for Airgo Networks (Palo Alto, Calif.).A spokesman for Airgo added Friday that one or two more IEEE meetings are likely before a draft will emerge. He added that a second confirmation vote will happen in May or July, depending on the progress of merger discussions.A meeting of the minds may not be that far off as there are many similarities in both proposals. Both the TGnSync and WWiSE proposals would bring wireless LANs up to and potentially beyond the 100 Mbps speeds of Ethernet LANs. Both also use Multiple Input/Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna technology, developed by Airgo, although they differ in their specific implementations.According to Airgo's De Vegt, WWise, TGnSync includes more optional elements than Wise, which could complicate execution.For months, major semiconductor and communications companies have been lining up in favor of either camp. In January, Qualcomm throw its support behind TGnSync, joining vendors such as Intel. Recent supporters of WWiSE include Motorola, and Nokia.Although the impetus for a next-generation WiFi standard is there, some industry observers have said they don't expect final adoption of the 802.11n standard for at least another year.Mobile Pipeline Staff contributed to this report

The commodity memory business — dominated by DRAM and NAND flash — was the one device sector immune from soft supply conditions in 2004,” said Jeremey Donovan, vice president for Gartner's worldwide semiconductor group, in a statement. In terms of vertical markets, wireless and digital consumer electronics were star performers once again.”

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The commodity memory business — dominated by DRAM and NAND flash — was the one device sector immune from soft supply conditions in 2004,” said Jeremey Donovan, vice president for Gartner's worldwide semiconductor group, in a statement. In terms of vertical markets, wireless and digital consumer electronics were star performers once again.”

Fremont, Calif. — Two RF transceivers, dubbed the ATS9050 and ATS9060, are available for emerging WiMAX and WiBro designs. The ATS9020 is available for WiMAX or WiBro applications and spans the 2.3 to 2.5, 4.9 to 5.35, and 5.47 to 5.85 GHz range. The ATS9020 is available for WiBro designs and operates over the 5.725 to 5.85 MHz band. The transceivers allow any arbitrary center frequency with a 200 MHz resolution. Both chips also provide programmable bandwidths that support channels up to 40 MHz.

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