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2010-03-26 Hot mobile technologies to watch for
Gartner Inc. offers 10 mobile technologies that will evolve significantly through 2011 in ways that will impact short-term mobile strategies and policies.
2014-08-04 Analyst: Health, fitness wireless ICs to post strong growth
Shipments for wireless semiconductors in health and fitness in 2014 will reach a projected 61.2 million units, up 11 per cent from 55 million in 2013, stated IHS.
2014-12-08 Aggregating data protocols from Internet of Things
The goals of industrial IoT will not be the same as that of the consumer realm's. To achieve those, industrial IoT will need to accommodate disparate technologies, some of which are decades old.
2004-11-16 WLANs are jump-starting cognitive radio
CR techniques can be expanded in an evolutionary way to achieve the full promise of wireless communications.
2008-12-01 Telehealth age dawns
Remote monitoring using wireless technology is finally getting its interoperability act together worldwide. Telehealth technologies are being developed and deployed to reduce visits to hospitals and doctors' offices and improve patient health with lifestyle coaching.
2013-03-08 Steady climb for short-range wireless tech
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, NFC and GPS technologies are expected to reach almost five billion units in 2013 and grow to nearly eight billion by 2018, forecasted ABI Research
2004-08-06 Startup launches RFID alternative
A German startup company has developed a possible alternative to short-range communications technologies such as RFID, Bluetooth and Near Field Communications (NFC
2008-11-13 Solar markets: Highlighting PV technology
It has been shown that solar energy harvesting will soon go mainstream, but it's not clear which of the many diverse technologies vying for dominance in this emerging market will take precedence
2014-03-25 Significance of UHF RFID to Industry 4.0
Find out how RFID can become a low-cost wireless alternative to Bluetooth or ZigBee
2013-04-12 Resolve wireless sensor network issues
Multichannel time-synchronised mesh networks based on 802.15.4 radios address several concerns in building wireless sensor networks.
2009-01-16 Power efficiency takes on a new meaning
The challenge moving forward is to resist the temptation to slide back into the “lights on for safety!? mode of all on all the time.
2004-05-17 Near-field magnetic comms emerges
What makes NFMC a compelling alternative to RF is the unique attenuation property of the magnetic field.
2013-08-02 Exponential growth seen for 802.15.4-enabled devices
ABI Research forecasted that from 2012-2018, the 802.15.4-enabled device market will grow five times and will log a CAGR of more than 30 per cent.
2014-07-17 Atmel to build NMI into its IoT fort
The MCU maker is proposing to pay NMI $140 million for the 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules to complete its wireless portfolio
2010-03-29 Alliance aims to bring smart grid to home nets
U-Snap Alliance members are targeting to field in Q3 the first products based on its specifications for carrying smart grid data over home networks.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2012-07-06 Wireless ICs deliver 50% less power consumption
New Nordic Semiconductor wireless ICs feature higher performance and low power
2014-07-18 Tiny 3MHz DC/DC converters take on wearables
The TPS82740A supports output voltages from 1.8V to 2.5V, while the TPS82740B supports 2.6V to 3.3V in 100mV steps, which can meet power requirements of MCUs and Bluetooth low energy solutions.
2011-10-04 Taking in-car comm functionality to the next level
Wireless connectivity such as WiFi and Bluetooth complements the long-established wired automobile networks
2014-04-02 Silicon Labs lays down IoT SoC strategy
The IoT SoC consists of six blocks: sensor, low-energy MCU, RF transceiver, energy management, mixed signals and memory
2014-11-26 NXP to boost wearable, BTLE chip clout with Quintic buy
The move by NXP will allow it to develop low energy security and connectivity solutions for IoT in health & fitness wearables, mobile transactions, proximity marketing, smart home and automotive
2012-02-17 MCUs come with dual supply voltage
The LPC1100LV can handle linear current consumption at low clock frequency while reducing system power
2014-04-10 Indian startup jumps at wearables with Dhanush SOCs
Taking advantage of an emerging market, Ineda developed a series of 'wearable processing units', which meet the low-power and long battery life requirements of wearable devices
2016-02-02 IP subsystem speeds up data fusion processing in IoT apps
The Synopsys DesignWare Smart Data Fusion IP Subsystem packs the latest ARC EM DSP processors, and is optimised for highly efficient DSP performance and ultra-low energy consumption
2014-09-30 Creating winning designs for wearables
Know the features and functions that drive a wearable product's energy budget and computational requirements, including the selection of MCUs that meet the product's design requirements
2014-11-19 Zigbee 3.0 goes for 'one size fits all'
The ZigBee Alliance is consolidating all forms of its low-power wireless technology under one standard, the ZigBee 3.0, in a move that will provide interoperability among the widest range of smart devices
2004-08-16 Right regulator can cool handset
Pick the best regulator to cool off your cellphone: linear low-dropout, inductorless switching or inductor-based switching regulators
2014-06-20 Radios beat a path to new channels for IoT devices
Imec, along with Holst, is developing radios for IoT including a79GHz radar transceiver in 28nm CMOS and the 802.11ah specification for running low-power Wi-Fi over 900MHz at distances up to 1km
2009-11-20 Paving the way to strong sensor, control nets
By using a combination of standards for the radio and software stacks, developers can avail themselves of a strong, clear roadmap to the future of low-power wireless sensor networks
2015-02-18 Pattern recognition carves smooth road for Big Data
Start-up NeuroMem seeks to enable efficient pattern recognition by bringing massively parallel, low-power, real-time, cost-effective computing architecture with a built-in capability to learn on the fly
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