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Wireless USB to see 1.1 specification


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The Wireless USB Promoter Group – including such companies as HP, Intel, LSI Corporation, Microsoft, NEC, NXP Semiconductors, and Samsung – have announced that they are developing the Wireless USB 1.1 Specification.

Obviously building on the Wireless USB 1.0 Specification, advancements include "new options for first-time association of devices, improved power efficiency, and support for UWB frequencies above 6Ghz" and will support Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities.

The Wireless USB 1.1 Specification will be finalised in the first half of 2008.

http://uk.news.yahoo...-57dbc65_1.html
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....did i miss a whole technology here? what's wireless usb 1.0? surely it's not wireless networking devices but a wireless connection to the USB device itself right? has anyone seen such a product?
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Sure have:

Wireless USB 1.0
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AHA! i have seen those...basically a standard wireless link between the PC and the usb hub...now it makes sense

(if that link would have started with sixnetio.com i would have banned you for spamming by the way)
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AHA! i have seen those...basically a standard wireless link between the PC and the usb hub...now it makes sense

(if that link would have started with sixnetio.com i would have banned you for spamming by the way)

:) :wave: :) :) :)

We just added wired USB to our managed switches, but we dont have wireless usb (yet)
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