UWB antennas enabling precise real-time location services
The Antenna Company has announced a family of UWB antennas (ultra-wideband) to enable high precision positioning and angle-of-arrival applications for low-power sensors, anchors, and tags. The antennas support worldwide operation on UWB channel five (6.5 GHz) and channel nine (8 GHz).
Collaboration for LoRaWAN building-and-asset-management
Kerlink and Microshare have announced their stations and sensors are powering a new building-and-asset-management solution created by Aramark, a specialist in food, facilities management and uniforms.
GNSS antenna covers frequencies from 1559 - 1606 MHz
In stock now at distributor Mouser Electronics is the GNS1559MPF (Mini GNSS) from Laird Connectivity.
5G CBRS functionality on rugged infrastructure antennas
Laird Connectivity has launched the latest model in the OC Series of rugged infrastructure antennas. The OC69421 offers expanded bandwidth omnidirectional coverage of the global cellular bands including 4G, 5G, and CBRS frequencies (698-4200 MHz). This is backed by Laird Connectivity’s five-year warranty on all antenna products.
LTE software selected for development of small cells
Wireless Telecom Group has announced that the 4G LTE Physical Layer and Protocol Stack software from its CommAgility brand were selected by a European telecommunications system developer for deployment in its LTE small cell products for public transportation applications.
Dual-polarised microwave antennas to quadruple capacity
Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has announced the launch of its new PrimeLine TowerBooster microwave antennas to significantly increase capacity for 5G backhaul. The system combines the commonly used six and 11GHz bands into a single reflector with the same form factor as existing single band antennas.
Small cell sector antenna with 15 dBi of gain
KP Performance Antennas, an Infinite Electronics brand and a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has just launched a new small cell sector antenna that is ideal for WISP applications and fixed wireless networks.
Bluetooth modules for life-saving baby car seat alarm
Silicon Labs has announced that Italian IoT startup Filo has leveraged Silicon Labs Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) solutions in their Tata Pad and Tata Band baby car seat alarms. A Bluetooth-connected cushion, the Tata Pad is placed in the car seat to detect the child’s presence and will alert the caretaker’s smartphone if connection is lost while the child is in the car.
CC-Link IE time-sensitive networking for automation
NXP has announced its integrated Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) solutions for industrial automation that now support the CC-Link IE TSN protocol, combining gigabit Ethernet bandwidth with TSN to strengthen time sharing communication, performance, security and functionality for industrial Ethernet.
NZ8801 Bluetooth 5 IC provides secure connectivity
CEVA has announced that Nations Technologies has licensed and deployed CEVA’s RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy IP in its NZ8801 Bluetooth 5 IC designed to provide secure connectivity in a range of power sensitive devices, including wearables, PC peripherals, secure payment cards and the smart home. NZ8801 has already achieved significant success in the market, shipping in tens of millions devices to date.