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Flexible, battery-less beacon is ucode tag certified

Flexible, battery-less beacon is ucode tag certified
Fujitsu's prototype beacon has obtained the world's first ucode tag certification for a beacon from the TRON Forum. This beacon, which is more easily mass produced, will now be capable of globally unique ID transmission, for more reliable location information services. Since this certification complies with international standards, it can be linked with all types of map data that form the foundation for delivering services.
17th December 2015

NiMH wireless charger-receiver targets hearing aids

NiMH wireless charger-receiver targets hearing aids
Expanding its offerings in wireless battery charging, Linear Technology has announced the LTC4123 which combines a 30mW wireless receiver with a constant-current/constant-voltage linear charger for NiMH batteries. An external resonant LC tank connected to the LTC4123 enables the IC to receive power wirelessly from an alternating magnetic field generated by a transmit coil.
17th December 2015

Roke to develop first-of-type high altitude cellular communications

The Ministry of Defence (MOD), as part of its Defence Growth Partnership (DGP) Innovation Challenge, has selected Roke Manor Research (Roke) to develop an innovative data link solution capable of transmitting real-time images and video from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) using 3G cellular technology.
15th December 2015


Wireless shackles lead the way

As a result of working closely with industry and listening to the needs of users, load cell designer and manufacturer LCM Systems is pleased to announce the launch of their re-designed wireless load shackles. This Telshack range is designed specifically for use in harsh, rugged environments and incorporates many features that make this series of load shackles one of the most innovative currently on the market.
3rd December 2015

Initial focus on GNSS technology development

u-blox officially inaugurated its new R&D center in Tampere, Finland yesterday. It is the company’s thirteenth R&D site worldwide. The facility, already staffed and operational, will initially focus on further developing GNSS technology, in close collaboration with the u-blox offices in Thalwil, Switzerland, Reigate, UK and Espoo, Finland.
3rd December 2015

Pioneering the Internet of Things in Czech Republic

Pioneering the Internet of Things in Czech Republic
České Radiokomunikace (ČRa) has selected the LoRa wireless RF technology from Semtech Corporation as the RF platform for the company’s first Internet of Things (IoT)-based pilot programme. Working with network partners RWE GasNet and Softlink, ČRa has developed a LoRa-based solution that was tested in the spring of 2015 and has now been launched in select markets.
2nd December 2015

5W wireless power transmitter offers foreign object detection

5W wireless power transmitter offers foreign object detection
Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC4125, a wireless power transmitter, complementing its range of wireless receiver ICs for the wireless charging market. The LTC4125 is a simple, high performance monolithic full bridge resonant driver, capable of delivering up to 5W of power wirelessly to a companion receiver. 
2nd December 2015

Verifying advanced GaAs wireless ICs

The Calibre nmDRC and Calibre nmLVS products from Mentor Graphics have been selected by Xiamen San’an Integrated Circuit as its golden sign-off physical verification solution for gallium arsenide (GaAs) ICs used in mobile and other wireless applications.
2nd December 2015

Wi-Fi modules meet wide range of IoT applications

Wi-Fi modules meet wide range of IoT applications
A line-up of Wi-Fi wireless modules developed by Gainspan are now being shipped with a concurrent mode feature by distributor Alpha Micro. Ideally suited to provisioning wireless connectivity for a broad range of IoT applications, the GS2000-based modules can now operate currently in Wi-Fi station (infrastructure) and access point (AP) modes.
25th November 2015

Receiver IC promises faster wireless charging

Receiver IC promises faster wireless charging
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced the launch of the industry’s first single-chip 15W wireless power receiver IC that is compliant with the Qi v1.2 specifications defined by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). The TC7766WBG has been designed for use in mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and a range of mobile industrial devices.
23rd November 2015


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