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Bluetooth mesh is complex, but using IC vendor solutions and development tools, designers can build smart Bluetooth mesh networked applications quickly.
The Otii Arc from Qoitech AB makes it easy to analyze an embedded IoT device’s energy profile so it can be better optimized for longer battery life.
To embed wireless connectivity for the IoT, designers need to understand how to evaluate the various interfaces to best meet their application requirements.
When adding sensors to automobiles, use the simple PSI5 bus for safe, reliable, low-cost, and secure sensor to ECU communications.
A connected lighting kit and associated software environment provide a comprehensive platform for developing mesh network automation applications.
Matching ADCs to the right application requires an understanding of the various topologies and the problems they are designed to overcome.
Use an Arduino compatible shield and baseboard as a complete soil monitoring solution, as well as a development platform for custom designs.
Developers can use an MCU with built-in NFC to simplify custom designs or use its associated development board and software as a complete NFC solution.
Here is a quick and inexpensive circuit that can be used to generate pseudo-random binary sequences and white noise.
Using load switches instead of standalone MOSFETs can provide greater flexibility, control, and protection for low-power circuits and system power management.
Single board computers provide a platform for IoT prototype development.
Drop-in solutions enable designers to deliver a wealth of clinical-grade measurements for sophisticated health and fitness applications.
Field-oriented control optimizes AC motor usage by providing greater precision and energy savings.
Touchscreen interface designs for the IIoT demand ruggedness and compliance with a host of regulatory requirements, but readily available kits make it easier.
A brief discussion on USB connectors including available versions and types.
IoT developers can build in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LTE, LoRaWAN, and Sigfox wireless connectivity using a tiny board and a powerful programming approach.
Low power wireless technologies are adapting to the Internet of Things by including IP connectivity and mesh networking.
A light sensing module lets developers easily build products able to sense the presence of their users.
Compliant wireless modules save development costs and reduce time to market.
An LTE Cat M1 modem provides a rapid development solution for low-cost, low-power, wide area IoT wireless applications.