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Volume 4 • Number 1 (Wireless)
Wireless Is Hot -- and Getting Hotter
With the wireless field heating up, its technology holds promise as he next-generation communication platform
Expert Views on Wireless Research in Singapore
Advisors to Singapore's wireless efforts list key factors for successful research.
Singapore Draws up Blueprint for Connectivity
The island nation maps out a strategy for becoming connected.
Breaking the Ultra-Wideband Record
Singapore researchers set a new speed record for wireless UWB
What Is Next for UWB?
Standardisation of UWB core technology should become reality by May 2004.
Singapore to Test UWB Technology
A two-year programme sets the stage for promoting UWB
Making Waves in Antenna R&D
New design paradigm for antennas.
Singapore Conducts Trial on Next-Generation Wireless Networks
Study identifies issues arising from wireless deployment.
Hitting the Mobile Hotspots
Asia is adopting wireless technology faster than other parts of the world
MIMO Meets the Need for Speed without Wires
Exploiting multiple paths to achieve parallel communication.
Broadband Wireless — More Than Just the Last Mile
Ethernet bridges provide last-mile connectivity.
Tapping Radio-over-Fibre Technology
Radio and optical-fibre technologies integrate.
Cutting down Noise and Distortion in Receivers
New circuit design reduces portable-device noise.
Intelligent signal processing and antenna arrays enhance wireless quality.
Researching and Providing Radio Frequency Solutions
Oki centre researches radio frequency.
AMASE Spells Freedom for Wireless Surfing on the Go
New mobile platform for wireless Internet access.
Contactless Identification via Radio Frequency
Singapore libraries are among the first to tag books using radio frequency.
Making the Mobile Internet Secure
Innovation heightens security of Net mobile users.
Software Radio: The Future of Wireless Communication?
Software radio promises multiple-standard support.
What Next, Post- Genomics?
Craig Venter, founder of Celera Genomics, looks beyond the human genome
Zipping up Sound for Higher Fidelity
Singapore-developed audio compression software adopted as MPEG reference model
Journey through Half a Century of Bioengineering
Bioengineer looks back at exciting developments during his long career.
Fast and Accurate Microarray Probe Selection
Software helps speed up the selection of probes in DNA chips
A Ray of Light for Obesity and Diabetes
Discovery of a protein made by a fat cell could lead to a weight-loss drug breakthrough.
Keeping Children Healthy
A renowned paediatrician researches ways to fight childhood diseases.
Singapore Kick-Starts Nanobioengineering Efforts
New institute to conduct research with competitive edge.
"Wiring Up" without Wires.
Innovation highlights in various fields.
Significant industry developments.
Computer scientist who put up White House portal identifies key R&D areas for wireless communication.
Various business models for possible wireless communication implementation.
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