Wireless Systems Design

Schedule At A Glance


Tuesday, February 25
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Gadi Singer, Vice President, Wireless Communications and Computing Group, and General Manager, PCA Components Group, Intel Corporation
Wednesday, February 26
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Paul Marino, General Manager, Business Line Connectivity, Philips Semiconductor Division
Wednesday, February 26
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

PANEL SESSION: Will WLAN Technology (802.11) Burst the 3G Bubble?
As the most touted technology advancement in recent times, the third-generation wireless network, or simply 3G, appears to be losing its luster. Even the big telecom companies, which pushed 3G as their salvation, are scaling back their development plans. Many of these carriers, in both the US and Europe, are even looking to roll out their own IEEE 802.11b wireless networks.

Is Wi-Fi a better technology? Not necessarily. Admittedly, Wi-Fi and 3G represent an apples-to-oranges comparison. But Wi-Fi is much cheaper than 3G and it's available today. In this way, the battle lines are being drawn. It is the classic tale of a current technology beating out the "cool," but over-the-horizon next-generation technology. Will this tide of 802.11 development and products be enough to change the shape of 3G? Come and listen to our panel of experts from both the Wi-Fi and 3G communities to find out!


  • Developing Wireless Applications for the Low-Tech Industry
  • Efficient Modulation Techniques for Ultra-Wideband Signals
  • Solutions for Bringing Bluetooth to the Mass Market
  • Leveraging the Standards Backbone: Manufacturing & Distribution Looks at 802.11, Bluetooth, and WAN Integration
  • Third-Generation Solutions Addressing Bluetooth Integration Challenges


  • The Next Frontier for the Fixed Wireless Broadband Market
  • High-Data-Rate Radio Development
  • Software Modeling: Accelerating Development/Mitigating Risk in New Digital Radio Design
  • Wafer Size Drives the Economics of Radio Design
  • High-Efficiency Planar Antennas for Millimeter-Wave Applications
  • E Plane Sceptum Filters for Millimeter-Wave Radios


  • The Challenge for Designers/Implementers
  • PCB-level Shielding for Wireless Portable Devices
  • Low-Cost Radio Receiver Architectures
  • GSM PA with Integrated Linear-in-dB Power Control
  • Putting 3G on Steroids—HSDPA and 1xEVDV for High-Speed Cellular Data
  • Antennas for Handheld Wireless Devices
  • The True Enabler for Next-Generation Mobile Devices
  • Cellular-Handset Manufacturing: Test Time Optimization


  • White-LED Power-Supply Design Techniques
  • Power Solutions to Keep up with Mobile Devices
  • Power Management for Wireless Applications


  • A High-Isolation Buffer Amplifier Using Enhancement-Mode pHEMT Technology
  • A Pilotless Feedforward-Linearized Amplifier Controlled by Monolithic Gain and Phase Detector
  • Improving Temperature Stability and Linearity of High-Dynamic-Range RMS RF Power Detectors


  • 5-6 GHz LNA Reference Designs with Discrete HBT
  • SoC Design Challenges for Wireless Communication and Consumer Products
  • Ultra-Miniature Temperature-Stable Duplexer for US PCS Band 3G Handsets
  • 433.92-MHz Smart RF Wireless Control System
  • Advanced RF Integration Reference Designs to Simplify the Base Station's Gain Line-Up
  • 802.16a Broadband-Wireless-Access Subscriber Station Design Considerations


  • Mobilize Your XML Data
  • Empowering a Mobile Data Revolution Using Software Technology with the Benefits of HTML/XML—and That Leverages Existing Investment in J2EE Infrastructure
  • Designing Software for Wireless Devices
  • Designing Lower-Cost, More Flexible Wireless-Infrastructure Systems with Network Processors
  • Lessons from Europe: How to Create and Deliver Wireless Applications Subscribers Actually Want
  • Optimizing Technology Tradeoffs for Linux-based Consumer Electronics
  • Development of Embedded Java and MPEG Benchmarks for Consumer-Electronic Devices


  • Setting the Standard
  • Creating the Foundation for a Successful Mobile Data Experience
  • Multiple Access Improvements (With Field Results) From Using The SAMA (Spread ALOHA Multiple Access) Protocol
  • Web Services in a Wireless Environment
  • Standardized, Spectrally Efficient FQPSK for Space Internet Applications
  • Optimal Classification Architectures for Wireless Nodes
  • What Are the Applications Necessary for the Wireless Internet to Work?
  • Techniques for Securing the Wireless Internet Via a WLAN/WAN


  • Built-In WLAN Privacy: Today and Tomorrow
  • State of Wireless Chip Technology
  • A Look at Standards Evolution
  • A New Enhancement-Mode PHEMT Medium Power Amplifier for Wireless LANs
  • Embedded CMOS Radio and Baseband IP for 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN Devices
  • Expanding the Role of 802.11 Technologies in LAN and WAN, Data and Voice, Unlicensed and Licensed Applications
  • A Look at Wireless Broadband Services -802.11 Hot Spots Versus 3G
  • Overcoming Power-Amplifier Efficiency vs. Linearity Tradeoffs in Multiband OFDM Wireless LAN Systems


  • 802.11g RF Testing
  • WLAN RF Test and Verification System
  • RF/Baseband Co-Design Example Using a Quadrature Modulator Compensator for Direct-Conversion Transmitters
  • Innovations in Product-Development-Management Tracking Systems
  • Calculating Noise Figures in Op Amps and ADCs
  • Differential Device Characterization
  • Integrating EDA Software and Test Measurements
  • Radio-Receiver Link Budget Analysis


  • Techniques for Implementing Wireless Networks Using Industrial Environments as the Prime Example
  • Techniques for Enhancing Network Performance
  • Programming Advanced Content Classification for Wireless Networks
  • Network Architecture Considerations for Embedded Wireless Solutions in Industrial and Commercial Environments
  • Techniques for Integrating Wireless LANs in Established Networks
  • Hot-spot Evolution to Support Seamless Multiband Wireless Connectivity
  • There is No Security "Standard" in 802.11 Wireless LANs
  • Design & Verification: Common Algorithms for Design & Test
  • End-to-end QoS for Wireless A/V Streaming using Wireless LAN 802.11
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