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Bringing UWB position detection modules to UWB development kits
Murata is pleased to announce its partnership with MobileKnowledge, combining Ultra-wideband (UWB) expertise with a range of comprehensive products and in-depth customer support.
Conference explores ‘RFID and Sustainability’
On the 15 June 2023 the University of Parma, in conjunction with Murata ID Solutions and Zebra Technologies, presented the results of their latest RFID sustainability research project.
Digi-Key at embedded world 2023 with Murata
At embedded world 2023, on the Digi-Key booth, Paige West speaks with Suman Thapa, Product Engineer for Connectivity Modules (LPWA) at Murata Electronics about cellular IoT and Murata’s Type 1SE module.
Murata: meeting demands of vehicle ADAS implementations
Electronics manufacturer Murata announces the introduction of the DLW32PH122XK2 wire wound chip common mode choke coil.
Murata and Skylo reveal satellite NTN connectivity at MWC
Murata and Skylo will demonstrate the next-gen of cellular and satellite services at Mobile World Congress.
Murata demonstrates long range LoRa-based asset tracking tech at embedded world
Underlining its expertise in developing low-power wireless hardware, specialist electronics manufacturer Murata will have its latest product innovations on display at embedded world.
Murata demos covering numerous application scenarios at Electronica
Murata is fully prepared to participate in this year’s Electronica (15 – 18 November 2022) – as the international electronic engineering community returns to Munich Messe once again, after a longer than expected absence.
Focused on EV sector Murata chip achieve 20A rating
Murata has introduced the BLE32SN series of chip ferrite beads. These are the world’s first chip-type noise suppression components to have 20A current rating.
Murata’s first coreless TMR-based current sensing devices
Murata announces the MRD series of open-loop current sensors for industrial systems. Each integrates high-performance tunnel magneto-resistive (TMR) elements – enabling precision measurement with regard to both DC and AC currents up to 40A, as well as maintaining stable characteristics across an extensive temperature range.
Digi-Key at Embedded World 2022 with Murata Electronics
At embedded world 2022, on the Digi-Key booth, Paige West speaks with Shohei Kawanaka, Product Manager for Connectivity Modules (LPWA), Murata Electronics about LoRaWaN and Murata’s Type ISJ module.
Ultra-low-power LoRaWAN geolocation module for battery-powered IoT asset tracking
Murata has designed and manufactured the Abeeway-Murata Geolocation Module (LBEU5ZZ1WL) co-developed with Abeeway, an Actility Group company.
Murata & Pycom to showcase integrated device-to-cloud offering at Embedded World 2022
Murata and technology partner Pycom continue to progress with their shared goal of making IoT implementation quicker and easier.
Murata introduces 3-in-1 soil sensors to maximise crop yield in smart agriculture
Murata has introduced an accurate three-in-one soil sensor for data-driven sustainable agriculture.
Small RAIN RFID Tag for healthcare applications
Murata will introduce the small RAIN RFID Tag at Pharmapack Europe (Stand C20), 18-19 May 2022.
Murata partners with Ignion to help accelerate and simplify IoT design
Murata has entered into a technology partnership with antenna manufacturer Ignion. This will see Murata components used as a foundation for development using Ignion’s Antenna Intelligence Cloud.
pSemi Sub-6 GHz RF Switches Enable Hybrid Architectures
pSemi Corporation, a Murata company focused on semiconductor integration, expands its portfolio of RF SOI switches targeted for the latest 5G wireless infrastructure and massive MIMO base station deployments. By using the new high linearity switches in hybrid architecture topologies, base station designers can save valuable board space and improve thermal management, reducing the overall system's cost, weight and power consumption. pSem...
Michelin co-develops RFID module
Murata has co-developed a generation of RFID modules with Michelin that embed into tyres. The robust passive RFID tags require no external power supply.
2W Bipolar Output SMT DC-DC Converters Address High-Voltage Gate Driver Applications
Murata has announced the availability of its MGJ2 series, a new line of surface mount DC-DC converters. Comprised of six models, the lightweight units each have a 2 W power rating and are supplied in compact, low-profile form factor modules measuring just 19.49mm x 14.99mm x 4.39mm dimensions. Available in 12 V and 15 V voltage rails, they feature +15V/-5V, +15V/-9V, and +20V/-5V bipolar outputs. They are intended to accompany the IGBT ...
Silicon capacitor boosts tech to support power distribution networks
Murata has extended its product offering for the mobile and High-Performance Computing (HPC) markets with the availability of its latest silicon process technology to fabricate silicon capacitors with a density of 1.3 µF/mm².
Collaboration to cut IoT projects time-to-market
Time-to-market for Internet of Things (IoT) projects will be reduced by around 70% due to a new collaboration between Murata and Pycom. The strategic collaboration brings together Murata’s strong heritage in innovative hardware, including IoT radio module technology, and Pycom’s design and integration expertise in rapid IoT development and scaling.