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2009-04-03 6-slot ATCA backplane comes in Mesh topology
Elma Bustronic Corp. has introduced a 6-slot AdvancedTCA backplane in a Mesh topology. The flexible design also allows a Dual Star topology to be implemented.
2005-09-01 Tackle wireless mesh net challenges
Although the wireless mesh network is still in its infancy, the flexibility of FPGAs lets designers deploy prototype systems in the field
2006-04-03 Scale the hurdles associated with mesh networks
Using the proper algorithms can lead designers down the path to a mesh network with a hierarchical structure
2004-07-16 Freescale aims radio chips at 2.45GHz band
The company has announced two low-power, 2.45GHz integrated radios--one for proprietary applications, the other with a Zigbee protocol and network stack.
2005-09-16 Control the home with a wireless network
A robust and reliable RF communication is crucial to allow the home-control system to handle sensitive operations.
2012-02-24 Building networks for wireless M2M apps
Read about the implementation of a Zigbee-type mesh
2005-05-09 AdvancedTCA backplane suits prototyping needs
Elma Bustronic has developed a new 2-slot AdvancedTCA backplane, featuring a point-to-point mesh topology that doesn't require switch cards for prototyping.
2009-05-12 Vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) reference design for automotive applications
This application note describes a vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) and some ideal applications for the technology. The reference design shows how to use a MAX15005 power-supply controller in a flyback topology to obtain multiple output voltages for a vacuum fluorescent display
2004-05-17 Wireless sensor nets demand trade-offs
This article will analyze the design trade-offs between node duty cycle and system-level performance, pinpointing opportunities to improve power efficiency while maintaining network robustness and responsiveness.
2010-05-11 Why electronics industry needs 3D shift
According to Silicon Frontline's Dermott Lynch, the electronics industry needs innovation in 3D extraction technology to move past the limitations of existing solutions.
2002-07-24 TranSwitch draws metro processing, switching plans
TranSwitch Corp. has developed a consistent four-element road map that brings together Onex Communications Corp.'s Omni switching and processor architecture.
2005-06-02 Tool brings power analysis to virtual-prototyping phase
Bringing power analysis into the IC virtual-prototyping phase, Silicon Dimensions will announce the latest version of Chip2Nite, a design-planning tool aimed at logic designers
2016-03-28 The search for the right wireless technology
Selecting the right solution for connecting your device to the Internet can be tough. This article aims to lead you in the right direction based on some fundamental properties of wireless technologies.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2003-08-01 Specification targets clock distribution
Multipoint low-voltage differential signaling technology will fill this need to support clock distribution for future infrastructure equipment.
2012-03-08 Solve hierarchical signal planning, routing issues
Learn about a methodology that relies on custom design tools to address hierarchical signal planning and routing concerns.
2012-03-02 Small cells boast not-so-small features
The SmartCell from Ruckus claims to relieve access, backhaul and core capacity pressures while enhancing and extending macro networks even in dense areas.
2005-03-03 RF modems can withstand tough environment conditions
The new RF modems from AeroComm are housed in rugged NEMA-4x enclosures, designed to withstand the rigors of extreme weather or other severe surroundings.
2012-09-18 Review of wireless connectivity protocols for embedded systems
Learn about design strategies for easily and quickly incorporating wireless connectivity into an embedded design.
2009-10-07 Remote motion control gets Zigbee-enabled
The MotionBee platform combines state-of-the-art motion sensing with Zigbee wireless technology.
2004-07-01 Pulsic releases layout tool for analog RF design
Pulsic released a layout tool targeted specifically at analog RF designs and has introduced a new version of its Lyric Physical Design Framework.
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.
2013-05-10 OpenVPX backplanes ready for various development systems
The OpenVPX backplane product line comes in various VITA 65 compliant backplane profiles and to VITA 46 specifications and the 3U and 6U backplanes can be designed to specific customer profiles.
2005-08-04 Motorola to invest in Trapeze Networks
Motorola Ventures, the strategic equity investment arm of Motorola Inc., has made a strategic investment in wireless LAN mobility system company Trapeze Networks.
2005-05-23 Make the right choices when building ZigBee applications
While ZigBee is an open standard, it also grants OEMs great latitude in how much of their product should be open to third-party vendors.
2011-07-18 M2M solutions seamlessly integrate cellular tech, short range RF
Tony Spizzichino explains the importance of reducing the cost of M2M solutions to enable M2M technologies in every-day applications.
2012-10-12 LSI, Calxeda receive licenses for ARM's on chip link
ARM's latest on chip link connects up to 32 cores and can deliver throughput in the range of a terabit/second.
2012-03-30 Integrated sensor nodes with GSM modems simplify wireless DAQ
Here's a look at the implementation of a sensor network using a global system for mobile communication modem.
2003-07-16 Improving optical switching with independent control planes
Currently, many next-gen optical switches or cross connects support elements of an embedded proprietary control plane, a standard generalized multiprotocol label switching (GMPLS) control plane to peer with other vendor's network equipment, and/or OIF UNI/NNI interfaces to interconnect domains and network boundaries.
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.
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