STx (Silicon Turnkey Express) is a division of
RPC Electronics, an EMS (electronics
manufacturing services) provider to OEM
(original equipment manufacturer) customers.
STx focuses on providing both support and
design services to semiconductor suppliers for
their new microprocessor development systems as
well offering our own branded ODM (original
design manufacturer) production ready embedded
microprocessor reference boards and software.
Conexant manufactures communications integrated
circuits. Conexant manufactures the PRISM
chipset found in many wireless network cards.
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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc., helps advance global
prosperity by promoting the engineering process
of creating, developing, integrating, sharing,
and applying knowledge about electrical and
information technologies and sciences for the
benefit of humanity and the profession.
The IEEE standard for wireless LAN is IEEE
Linux Wireless LAN HOWTO
This site is a collection of information about
Wireless LAN's and Linux. The author calls
this collection of information, the "Linux
Wireless LAN HOWTO".
The mission of the University of New Hampshire
Interoperability Lab (IOL) is externally
focused and is to provide testing services for
vendors of computer communications devices. The
IOL is involved in research and development
work, but is mainly used by a community of over
100 vendors to verify the interoperability
and/or conformance of their computer
communications products. This service of the
IOL is performed through independent, focused
interest groups in the lab called consortiums,
and the Wireless Consortium tests 802.11
products and software from both an
interoperability and conformance perspective.
WiFi Alliance. WFA's mission is to certify
interoperability of Wi-Fi(tm) (IEEE 802.11)
products and to promote Wi-Fi(tm) as the global
wireless LAN standard across all market
Access Point Power Consumption
Technical document. A brief summary of data
observed during recent testing of AVS-developed
AP's as well as some commercial AP's.
Free Software Foundation
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is dedicated
to eliminating restrictions on copying,
redistribution, understanding, and modification
of computer programs. Th FSF does this by
promoting the development and use of
free software* in all areas of computing.
*NOTE: 'free software' is a matter of liberty
and not price.
Linux Documentation Project
The Linux Documentation Project (LDP) is
working on developing good, reliable
documentation for the Linux operating system.
The overall goal of the LDP is to collaborate
in taking care of all of the issues of Linux
documentation, ranging from online
documentation (manual pages, HTML, and so on)
to printed manuals covering topics such as
installing, using, and running Linux.
Linux International is a non-profit association
of groups, corporations and others that work
towards the promotion of and helping direct the
growth of the Linux operating system and the
Melbourne Linux Users Group
Melbourne Linux User Group (MLUG) goal is a
Central Florida based Linux user's group. Its
goal is to reach the Florida's Space Coast with
accurate knowledge, power and savings of the
Linux operating system.
Open source doesn't just mean access to the
source code of a program. There also exists
distribution terms of an open-source program.
The Open Source site offers definitions and
terms of 'Open Source' as well as complementary
views of the open-source phenomenon.