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In a $1 Billion Deal, Apple and Intel Divide the 5G World
Apple has offered $1 billion to Intel for a majority share of its modem chip business.
July 30, 2019
3D Printing Electronic Components? Nano Dimension Releases DragonFly LDM Manufacturing Platform
DragonFly LDM extends the scope of 3D printing to the unattended, low-volume manufacturing of electronic circuitry.
July 29, 2019
InnoPhase Wants to Move RF Circuitry Away from Analog
InnoPhase wants to change digital radio architecture. Here's a look at the why and how.
July 25, 2019
The Benefits and Potential Drawbacks of the Switch to 5G Antennas
5G is the latest wireless technology for mobile devices and promises considerably higher data rates, lower latency, and increased number of instantaneous connections. But how will current...
July 15, 2019
Fairview Microwave Announces New Series of UHF Waveguide Antennas for R&D Applications
This expansive family of antennas is designed for laboratory settings (including R&D and military applications) for 40 GHz to 220 GHz bands....
June 21, 2019
u-blox Releases Wide-Area 5G Modules for the IoT with an Emphasis on Security and Power Savings
This new cellular chipset from u-blox emphasizes security and power savings.
June 13, 2019
“The Future of Power”: Infrared Beams Could Be the Next Step in Wireless Charging Evolution
Wi-Charge is using IR beams to charge devices wirelessly with (literal) laser precision.
June 12, 2019
Combating Epilepsy with Wearables and Machine Learning
Biometric-monitoring wearables are common for tracking everyday health—but can they monitor seizures?
June 11, 2019
3 Hardware-to-Cloud Design Kits That Simplify IoT Connectivity and Application Development
Simplicity is the name of the game for IoT dev boards designed to decrease complexity and time to market.
May 20, 2019
SiTime Releases MEMS Temperature-Compensated Oscillators for 5G in Harsh Environments
5G continues to dominate 2019, this time with the wide release of MEMS oscillators for 5G in harsh conditions.
May 16, 2019
X-FAB Announces Substrate Coupling Analysis Tool To Combat Troublesome Parasitic Effects
A new tool from foundry group X-FAB aims to mitigate the negative effects of substrate coupling in IC design.
May 13, 2019
Semtech Launches Free Open-Source Toolset for IoT Development with LoRaWAN
Semtech wants to demystify RF with free, open-source, LoRaWAN-focused educational tools for IoT development.
May 09, 2019
Silicon Labs Releases Next-Gen Wireless Gecko IoT Platform with Eyes on Scaling the Cloud
SiLabs' new IoT platform aims to provide what they think designers need most: tools and flexible, secure SoCs.
April 22, 2019
Murata Features Low-Power, High Efficiency with New Buck Regulator and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Combo Module
New Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo module and buck regulator promise small form factors along with high efficiency.
March 29, 2019
Can Near Field Communication Be Secure In the IoT? NXP’s New NFC Tag Aims For Highest Security
Despite security fears, RFID and NFC use is growing. NXP aims to make NFC more secure with its NTAG 424 DNA.
March 16, 2019
New Mesh Networking Products Expand Use Cases for Connected Devices
Learn how mesh networking, with low power needs and fast deployment, may be crucial in IoT and automation.
March 13, 2019
New RF-Sampling Transceivers From TI Feature Industry’s Widest Frequency Range
New quad- and dual-channel transceivers are designed for radar, software-defined radio, and 5G applications.
March 07, 2019
New Tunable Low-Pass Filter Brings a Compact Alternative to RF Circuits
The HMC882A from Analog Devices is intended for medical, satellite, industrial, and military applications that operate at frequencies below 6.9 GHz....
March 06, 2019
Is C-V2X Overtaking DSRC in Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications?
DSRC has been the V2V standard, but notable companies have recently focused on the newer C-V2X platform.
March 05, 2019
Smart Homes to Smart Cities: Building Automation Roundup
While IoT devices find more ways into our homes, building designers are largely taking a wait-and-see attitude towards automation. Have a look at some trends and cutting-edge innovations in...
February 18, 2019
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