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Maxim’s versatile, compact, low-power, and cost friendly IO controller platforms meet the needs of a variety of industrial sensing designs.
Different vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure link technologies for in autonomous vehicles around the world include 5.9GHz DSRC and LTE.
Bluetooth 4.2 SoCs, front-end modules, and enabling software tools from Silicon Lab, Skyeworks Solutions, and Cypress help empower low-power wireless designers.
A look at RF attenuators – their function, why they are used, and the different types available along with a guide of the key selection parameters to look for.
Providing smaller and more efficient radios and radio subsystems with the use of miniaturized components such as RF transistors, modulators, and amps.
IC-based solid-state RF switches which begin with a SPDT arrangement and are usually built with FETs and PIN diodes as their core switching elements.
GPS solutions that use less power, smaller in size, and are more highly accurate and dependable from suppliers including Taoglas, Parallax, Skyworks, and more.
Components from Panasonic and Texas Instruments allow toy suppliers to inexpensively implement technologies such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cellular subsystems into various toys.
This article looks at the current limitations of in-flight Wi-Fi on commercial airliners and several options for future improvement of this capability.
A look at low-noise and power amplifiers. These components are critical interfaces between the antenna and electronic circuit.
A look at building wireless backhaul for wired networks using technologies such as microwave for rural areas and WiMax for urban networks.
Lithium-ion cells operate within a narrow tolerance dictated by considerations of operational safety and overall battery lifetime.
Evidence was plentiful throughout the four-day 2013 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, that the world’s wireless mobile ecosystem continues to expand without abeyance.
This article looks at the options for getting started with a GPS design for industrial applications, from the transceivers to modules and the evaluation boards available as well as the antenna issues to consider.
This article first discusses why the move from conventional incandescent and fluorescent lights to LEDs changes the control dynamics.
This article interexamines the trade-offs between ference, range, and speed that need to be considered when choosing to operate in the 5 GHz band or the 2.4 GHz band.
Standard mechanical switches do not work well with RF. At high frequencies, signal coupling can occur across mechanical contact gaps, which can act like a capacitor in a high-pass filter.
Wireless solutions are becoming the primary networking interface for mobile devices, and are now migrating to stationary devices in both consumer and industrial applications.
GPS functionality has emerged as an essential requirement for personal mobile devices.
Wireless Local Loop power amplifier options and a comparison of the WiMAX and DECT technologies.