WiFi 6 front-end module targets IoT applications
Qorvo’s QPF4800 Wi-Fi 6 front-end module (FEM) is now being shipped by distributor Mouser Electronics.
LoRa RF modules go to +20dBM for long range applications
Specialist distributor TTI is now stocking the LoRa RF Modules from Murata.
WiFi 6 solutions for fixed wireless access applications
Airspan Networks has announced its collaboration with ON Semiconductor to capitalise on their Wifi 6 performance solutions, including the QCS-AX, for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) applications.
Smart control enables less energy consumption
A new study by intelligent home climate company, tado° has found that UK & Irish homes have the coolest indoor summer temperatures in Europe. The study was conducted in 150,000 European homes from June - August 2019 between 12-6pm.
SharkNinja helping and adapting in the COVID-19 space
SharkNinja although known for producing vacuums, have been doing some very different work during the COVID-19 crisis, as they had some more time on their hands, and wanted to help. We spoke to Mohammad Hatia, SharkNinja Prototype Lead Workshop Manager and asked him a few questions as to what SharkNinja have been up to.
Bluetooth low energy SoCs to reduce spread of COVID-19
Dialog Semiconductor has announced a new Wireless Ranging (WiRa) Software Development Kit (SDK) that adds highly accurate and reliable distance measurement capabilities to its DA1469x family of Bluetooth Low Energy SoCs.
Wireless trends and placement of 4G antennas in smaller spaces
The growth in the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), wireless appliances, and wearable electronics have created strong wireless trends towards smaller, more compact electronic devices. For those working on new electronic designs with wireless connectivity, the reduction in size creates some interesting challenges. Geoff Schulteis, Senior Antenna Applications Engineer, Antenova, explains.
How to choose wireless standards in IIoT applications
The development of multiple wireless standards for data transmission are one of the key drivers behind the ongoing trend towards the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). But with the choice now greater than ever, selecting the most appropriate standard for the application can be daunting. Bernd Hantsche, Director Product Marketing Embedded & Wireless at Rutronik offers some insight.
Roadmap for 6th gen wireless networks in mmWave bands
As countries around the world begin rolling out 5G wireless networks, CEA-Leti is looking ahead to 6th gen wireless network technologies that will surpass the data-transfer capability of 5G.
4G LTE-M and NB-IoT devices show no signs of going obsolete
Existing 4G LTE devices will continue to connect seamlessly to 4G LTE radio access networks, even as they evolve to enable the first generation of 5G networks.