5G adoption delayed by network strategy decision makers
Sierra Wireless commissioned IDC to conduct a research project in order to gain a deeper understanding of end-user perspectives on 5G, including adoption plans and implementation obstacles in 214 large enterprises across four key industries in Western Europe: public safety, transportation, utilities and manufacturing.
Antenna expands global cellular coverage of 4G/5G
Available now at distributor Mouser Electronics is the OC69421 omnidirectional antenna from Laird Connectivity.
Bluetooth module suits IoT system control
In stock now at distributor Mouser Electronics is the RX23W module with built-in antenna and oscillator from Renesas Electronics.
Choosing the right wireless technology
There are many different wireless standards and protocols in use today, and it can be difficult to choose the right technology for any particular application. In this article, we will look at some of the key criteria to consider, and review four popular options: WiFi technology, Bluetooth Low Energy technology, Proprietary RF, and the Green Power protocol from the Connectivity Standards Alliance. By Dan Clement, Senior Principal Solutions Market...
How industrial routers help overcome the 3G shut off
In 2017, AT&T turned off its 2G network, causing around 70% of San Francisco’s buses and trains to disappear from the NextMuni system map, which passengers use to track vehicle locations and check arrival times. Following this, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) faced weeks of pressure from the public to upgrade its legacy monitoring devices. Here, Andy Conway, Sales Manager at Recab UK, has explained why ind...
Pet microchips expecting huge growth
A pet microchip is a computer chip which is enclosed in a small glass cylinder (the size of a grain of rice) and is injected into the pet’s skin as a means of identification.
Explorer kit enables Bluetooth 5.1 experimentation
The XPLR-AOA-1 explorer kit from u-blox allows evaluation and experimentation with the Bluetooth 5.1 direction finding feature.
Omnidirectional antenna lasts for years without degradation
In stock now at distributor Mouser Electronics is the OC69421 omnidirectional antenna from Laird Connectivity.
4 myths about UWB, debunked
Like any emerging technology, the myths around UWB hit the headlines almost as fast as the facts, and sometimes linger on in our memories. We asked several UWB ecosystem players to weigh in on the misconceptions they see attending UWB now and in the future as the technology becomes more accessible. Let’s demystify four misunderstandings about UWB. Guest blog written by Peter Pirc, UWB Solution Manager at NXP.
The path to end-to-end intelligent automation
Companies are always looking to optimise their automation processes by making them smarter and more efficient. While one size does not fit all, enterprises need to look at customisable and scalable solutions for their automation journey. End-to-end automation can automate almost every part of the production, reducing human errors and speeding up the processes. Here, Neil Bellinger, Head of EMEA at automation parts supplier EU Automation ...