Portfolio of 3 GHz Sector antennas with improved performance
KP Performance Antennas has announced that it has released new high performance, 3 GHz sector antennas to its portfolio for use in WISP networks. KP’s expanded line of 3 GHz sector antennas consists of four new models including the KP-3SX4-65 quad-port 18 dBi sector, the KP-3S3S-65SA which features two 3 GHz antennas in one radome, the KP-3DP65S-45 18 dBi Dual Polarized sector, and the KP-3DP120S-45 3 GHz sector which is specially...
New trends in the IP communications industry
IP communications enabler, Softil has released its first retrospective review of key developments of the industry in 2017 under its new entity as an independent, customer-centric company with a customer base of over 800 corporations worldwide.
Rugged antennas for L, S, and C band communication
Rugged RF and microwave antenna and accessory product provider, Southwest Antennas, has released a new line of tri-band antenna solutions designed to cover several popular sub-bands across the L, S, and C Bands. These omni-directional antennas are tuned for high performance operation in the following frequencies: 1.70-1.85, 2.2-2.5 and 4.4-5.0GHz.
Industrial computer platform has integrated TSN networking card
At embedded world 2018 in Nuremberg, Kontron will present the first marketable, comprehensive Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) extension solution for Fog Computing. At the core of this starterkit is the Kontron KBox C-102-2 industrial computer with an integrated TSN networking card including software and real time Linux operating system. The TSN specifications guarantee timely, high availability delivery of data packets.
Tokyo Tech slashes power consumption in BLE transceiver
Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology have announced a Bluetooth Low-Energy transceiver with the lowest ever power consumption — a breakthrough set to accelerate widespread adoption of IoT applications in Japan and around the globe. An ultra-low-power Bluetooth Low-Energy transceiver designed for use in the popular 2.4 GHz band has been developed by a group of researchers led by Kenichi Okada of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ja...
Stress module designed for automotive Ethernet applications
With basicCON 4045, GOEPEL electronic has presented a stress module specifically for automotive Ethernet applications (BroadR-Reach). The simulation of physical faults manipulates the ECU communications, allowing conclusions to be drawn about the stability and robustness of Ethernet vehicle applications.
Advanced embedded system board with Intel processor
Innovator for Industrial PC (IPC) and embedded computing solutions, and an associate member of the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Alliance, Portwell has announced the launch of WUX-3350, a small form factor (SFF) embedded system board featuring the Intel Celeron and Pentium processor series, formerly codenamed Apollo Lake.
Implementing DSRC above cellular is more cost-effective
Analysis of V2X (vehicle to everything) conducted by ABI Research finds that the cost of implementing DSRC (Dedicated Short-Range Communication) above cellular communications is expected to be $13.50 to $15 lower per Telematics Control Unit than implementing a C-V2X solution. The global automotive industry has been involved in extensive discussions comparing DSRC and C-V2X as technology alternatives for enabling V2X in vehicles in order to p...
Bluetooth-enabled fusion splicers to showcase at FTTH 2018
Fujikura Europe will be showcasing its latest technology for FTTH applications, including its newest line of Bluetooth-enabled splicers at next week’s FTTH Conference in Valencia.
The industry’s first certified Bluetooth mesh product
Cypress Semiconductor has announced its single-chip solutions for the IoT are the world’s first to deliver Bluetooth mesh connectivity certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) to a consumer product. LEDVANCE recently announced the market’s first Bluetooth mesh qualified LED lighting products, which leverage Cypress’ Bluetooth mesh technology.