The implementation of mesh networking has resulted in reduced power consumption, lowered cost, and a widely available wireless solution.
The latest Bluetooth revisions have started adding support for IoT alongside the existing designs for wearable computing, smartphone terminals and peripherals.
Evolution of LED packaging and how Chip-Scale Package (CSP) LEDs allow designers to create new, compact form factors.
How silicon vendors help wearables designers extend battery life by offering power-frugal displays, MCUs, silicon radios, and power-management chips designed.
Modules and innovative design techniques are being used as a key driver of miniaturization, leading to reduced wireless design size and complexity.
Discuss Bluetooth Smart and how it reduces module design efforts and time-to-market, various common application, and how it's effecting the IoT.
The combination of WLCSP technology, a new generation of sensors, and DSP functionality will open areas of expansion for MCU applications in the IoT.
Discover how small, low power microcontrollers from TI and Nordic are able to support Bluetooth LE and can be used in the designs of wearable technologies.
This article discusses why functionally diverse MCUs are increasingly being used while designing electronic devices. Components from Freescale and Nordic are also discussed.
This article focuses on three microcontrollers that stand out as candidates for Internet of Things (IoT) applications due to the peripherals they contain.
Switching voltage regulators designed for space-constrained applications offer efficiency and features on par with much larger devices.
Advances in Bluetooth-based tagging technology from STMicro and TI opens a new application area that includes iBeacons and other new location-based services.
Components from Panasonic and Texas Instruments allow toy suppliers to inexpensively implement technologies such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cellular subsystems into various toys.