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Combining TransferJet, NFC and Qi wireless charging

Combining TransferJet, NFC and Qi wireless charging
At Embedded World 2014, Toshiba will be demonstrating a Digital Kiosk which combines TransferJet, NFC and Qi wireless charging technology. In this example use case rich digital content, including HD video, can be quickly purchased and downloaded to mobile devices, such as smartphones.
6th January 2014

5GHz WLAN FEM extends IEEE 802.11a range

5GHz WLAN FEM extends IEEE 802.11a range
Designed for high data-rate mobile device applications, Microchip's SST11LF04 WLAN Front End Module (FEM) extends the range of IEEE 802.11a WLAN systems, while providing exceptional transmit power at the maximum 11ac high-data-rate modulation. Offered in one integrated, compact 2.5x2.5x0.4 mm, 16-pin QFN package, the FEM features a transmitter power amplifier, a receiver low-noise amplifier with bypass and a low-loss, single-pole two-throw antenna switch for 5GHz WLAN connectivity.
17th December 2013

Wireless relay enables 16 inputs from T24 devices

Wireless relay enables 16 inputs from T24 devices
Offering dual power relays capable of mains switching, Mantracourt's updated T24-RM1 wireless relay module allows 16 inputs from T24 wireless instrumentation devices. The module can also sum up to two groups of eight acquisition modules and provides new relay operation modes.
16th December 2013


Industry’s smallest 3G module suits M2M applications

Industry’s smallest 3G module suits M2M applications
Expanding the SARA cellular module family, u-blox has introduced 3G variants in the SARA-U2 series. Supplied in a 16x26mm LGA form factor, these modules are the industry’s smallest surface mount UMTS/HSPA cellular modems and suit a variety of industrial M2M, vehicle and consumer applications.
16th December 2013

Qi-certified wireless power receiver IC for smartphones

Qi-certified wireless power receiver IC for smartphones
Toshiba Electronics Europe have announced the introduction of a new wireless power receiver IC, the TC7761WBG. Compliant with Qi Standard Low Power Specifications version1.1, the TC7761WBG wireless IC will be used in wireless power supply applications, such as smartphones and mobile accessories.
12th December 2013

Streaming HD

Designed around wireless peer-to-peer technology, Miracast could be much more than a simple cable replacement. By Dr. Iain Hunter, System Applications Engineer, Wireless Connectivity Solutions at Texas Instruments.
12th December 2013

GNSS Chip simultaneously supports GPS, GLONASS, QZSS, SBAS and BeiDou

Broadcom has annoucned the launch of a new Global Navigation Satellite System chip. Designated the BCM47531, it can simultaneously generate positioning data from five satellite constellations (GPS, GLONASS, QZSS, SBAS and BeiDou). By supporting the BeiDou constellation, the BCM47531 GNSS chip increases the number of satellites available to a smartphone, enhancing navigation accuracy, particularly in urban settings.
9th December 2013

ITF directional couplers for WiFi frequency spectrum

ITF directional couplers for WiFi frequency spectrum
AVX has announced the introduction of a new integrated thin film directional coupler series for WiFi bands. Offering outstanding performance across the WiFi frequency spectrum (2,400-5,950MHz), the miniature ITF couplers feature high directivity of 20dB, low parasitics, excellent solderability, improved heat dissipation, and self-alignment during reflow.
9th December 2013

Precision timing GNSS module for cellular networks

Precision timing GNSS module for cellular networks
The LEA-M8F is a new precision timing GNSS module which has been introduced by u-blox. Generating a precise 30.72 MHz reference clock, the compact and surface mount GNSS module is ideal for synchronizing industrial data and communication systems such as small, femto and macro-cell mobile networks.
3rd December 2013

Testing Wi-Fi Functionality in Medical Devices

Testing Wi-Fi Functionality in Medical Devices
Laird has introduced a new white paper, entitled "Testing Wi-Fi Functionality in Medical Devices". Exploring the importance of testing Wi-Fi functionality for medical devices, the new white paper is an excellent tool for medical device manufacturers looking to embed Wi-Fi radios into their products.
28th November 2013


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