Demand is growing for off-the-shelf Wi-Fi modules and components from suppliers like Murata, TI, and Microchip for prototyping of wearable medical devices.
This article looks at the current limitations of in-flight Wi-Fi on commercial airliners and several options for future improvement of this capability.
This article discusses wireless driver options for 32-bit Linux systems utilizing Synapse's SNAP devices.
Reducing the cost of running lighting systems is an increasingly important factor for commercial facilities.
IEEE 802.11 standards define communications protocols within the media access control (MAC) and physical (PHY) layers at the lowest levels of the standard TCP/IP protocol stack.
With so many standards and applications, interoperability is a challenge, especially when different protocols share the same frequency bands.