WiGig Alliance Grows

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Tim Higgins

The new members are Toshiba, which has joined the board of directors and Agilent Technologies, Beam Networks, Ralink Technology and Texas Instruments.

WiGig Alliance members are defining a unified specification for using unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum for in-room wireless device-to-device communication. The WiGig specification is expected to be available to member companies by the end of this year.

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