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2013-06-17 Designing a BLE advertise-only beacon
Here are two reference designs for BLE sensor beacons that can be powered by a single 1.5V AAA or coin cell battery.
2010-03-08 Antenna handles LTE MIMO requirement
SkyCross has combined its patented iMAT antenna technology with advanced digital band-switching to deliver the ultimate antenna solution for LTE.
2015-02-25 8bit MCUs trim down cost, complexity for IoT designs
Silicon Labs' EFM8 devices include peripheral-rich MCUs optimised for exceptional price/performance value, ultra-low-power capacitive touch control and streamlined USB connectivity.
2011-03-28 467M health devices to run on Bluetooth by 2016
While analysts predict Bluetooth Low Energy will power 467 million health devices by 2016, they claim the delayed release of the spec has prompted adoption of rival proprietary offerings in the market.
2010-06-25 Zigbee modules pack SPI for high-speed throughput
Digi International is rolling out a new line of XBee and XBee-PRO ZB embedded Zigbee modules with SPI to deliver high-speed throughput and optimized integration.
2007-10-18 Zigbee gets upgrade in PRO stack
The Zigbee Alliance has approved the Zigbee PRO profile stack that adds advanced features and greater flexibility to the original specification, particularly related to ease-of-use and support for larger networks.
2011-08-19 ZigBee Alliance OKs Smart Energy 2.0 standard draft
The ZigBee Alliance unanimously approved draft 0.7 of the Smart Energy 2.0 standard, but still has to resolve the comments raised in the letter ballot process.
2007-02-09 Xilinx ships 65nm FPGAs for high-performance DSPs
Xilinx has announced initial shipments of its 65nm Virtex-5 SXT FPGAs optimized for high-performance DSPs.
2008-05-16 WLAN print server for HP printers supports WPA/WPA2
SEH has introduced the PS56 print server, a new WLAN interface card, for connecting HP printers to WLANs supporting WPA and WPA2 encryption standards.
2006-06-09 Wintegra adds adaptive clock recovery access suite
Wintegra has announced that it has added adaptive clock recovery to its suite of multi-service access support.
2003-11-13 Wind River PNE 2.0 offers enhanced WiFi capability
Wind River Systems Inc. has announced the availability of its second generation PNE that features enhanced WiFi capability to expand security features.
2006-03-22 Wind River acquires middleware provider
Strengthening its ability to support Internet-based embedded applications, Wind River Systems Inc. announced early this week that it has acquired Interpeak AB.
2008-07-01 WiMAX Wave 2 tests commence
Even as WiMAX technology begins riding its first wave of deployment, second-generation equipment design is entering the water. WiMAX developers are targeting what they call Wave 2 development, which aims to increase security and performance in fixed and mobile applications.
2009-10-30 WiMAX 802.16e-compliant radio packs SISO, MIMO
From BFi OPTiLAS comes what it touts to be the first WiMAX 802.16e compliant radio solution for use in the 5GHz spectrum.
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band.
2013-05-29 Wideband radio tester bolstered by DPI engine
With the new R&S CMW-KM051 option, the R&S CMW500 wideband radio communication tester can comprehensively analyse and test IP-based applications utilising a powerful deep packet inspection engine.
2008-06-04 Wi-Fi enters PAN, challenges Bluetooth
Challenging the future of Bluetooth, a new startup and an Intel Corp. program point to a future for Wi-Fi in a broad range of peripherals, ranging from computer mice to cellular headsets and MP3 players.
2014-05-06 Wi-Fi chipset shipment heads for an 18 billion gain
Shipment for Wi-Fi chipsets is predicted to grow many times over, reaching 18 billion by 2009 from a mere 2.6 billion, spurred by an evolution that matches the pace of the lively technology landscape.
2007-11-05 Wi-Fi card for digicams eases photo sharing
Eye-Fi Card fits into an SD slot and automatically sends pictures from the digicam to a local PC or Mac or to an online site based on preset user preferences.
2013-11-29 Why medical devices should be secured
The medical electronics industry has to attend to the security issues on portable medical devices.
2007-11-16 What's next in microcontrollers?
MCUs have come a long way in terms of their applications, processing capability, architectures and fusion with other semiconductor products. So what are some of its future challenges and what is next in MCUs? This article explores the challenges and opportunities ahead.
2002-03-06 VSIA takes hard look at embedded software reuse
The Virtual Socket Interface Alliance has set up a development working group to create standards for the reuse of embedded software, in a bid to address what may be the next big challenge in SoC design.
2006-07-06 VoIP processor offers 'first' complete IMS solution
Mindspeed Technologies has announced its seventh-generation Comcerto VoIP processor that promises to deliver the industry's first complete IMS solution.
2003-05-30 Visa, Philips team to promote 'contactless' credit card
Visa Int. and Royal Philips Electronics have formed an exclusive partnership agreement under which the two companies will jointly develop and promote the application of contactless chip technology for payment transactions.
2007-03-01 Vendors use secret QoS sauces in home nets
Many companies and consortiums are gearing up products and initiatives to reliably shuttle voice, video and music around the house. But many of the upcoming products and initiatives attack the core problem of QoS in slightly different ways.
2016-05-09 V2x: 802.11p trumps LTE and 5G
Direct Short Range Communication, which is based on IEEE 802.11p, has been the subject of extensive standardisation, product development and field trials, proving its benefit for V2x.
2006-04-14 UWB RF silicon supports low, high band operation
Artimi announced tape-out of what it claims to be the industry's first RF silicon to support both low band and high band operation, designed to be compliant with UWB regulations.
2008-05-01 Understanding embedded antennas
Embedded systems design is garnering a lot of attention these days, but for many designers, the embedded antenna remains somewhat of a mystery. Indeed, antennas have always had a bit of RF mystique around them and probably will continue to do so.
2006-08-02 TTPCom's 3G protocol tech gains GCF, IOT accreditations
TTPCom has become the first company to have its 3G multi-platform protocol technology accredited by both the GCF and IOT handset testing organizations.
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