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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

Ready-to-embed multiradio module for IoT

Ready-to-embed multiradio module for IoT
A completely ready-to-embed module for demanding industrial, medical and IoT applications has today been announced by connectBlue. The Multiradio Module OWL355 offers multiradio capability across Classic Bluetooth, Bluetooth low energy and WLAN with full dual-band support for the 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio bands.  
27th November 2013

RF WLAN FEM extends mobile device and router ranges

RF WLAN FEM extends mobile device and router ranges
Microchip has today introduced a new 2.4 GHz, 50 ohm matched RF WLAN front-end module for Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n and 256-QAM Wi-Fi applications. Designated the SST12LF09, it integrates a transmitter power amplifier, a receiver low-noise amplifier, and a low-loss, single-pole three-throw antenna switch for Bluetooth connectivity.
25th November 2013


32GB FlashAir cards simplify wireless photo sharing

32GB FlashAir cards simplify wireless photo sharing
Toshiba Electronics Europe introduce a new 32GB SD card, expanding its existing range of next-generation FlashAir wireless LAN SD cards. The new card features a new “internet pass-through” mode to further simplifies photo sharing. This feature enables the device to access the internet via a wireless access point, once a mobile device is connected to the FlashAir card.
14th November 2013

Programmable solutions supports HteNet global rollout

Programmable solutions supports HteNet global rollout
The Lattice HetNet Solutions Portfolio provides a portfolio of programmable solutions for building smart, low-power cellular equipment needed to support the global rollout of Heterogeneous Networks (HetNet). Announced today, the Portfolio will allow system designers to implement best-in-class solutions for connectivity, control path and power management while accelerating their development with system-level reference designs for multi-mode LTE small cell.  
5th November 2013

WPC-compliant Rx coil for 7 V charging circuitry

WPC-compliant Rx coil for 7 V charging circuitry
Vishay introduce a new powdered-iron-based wireless charging receiving coil. Compliant with the latest Wireless Power Consortium standards, the new IWAS-4832EC-50 is optimized for use with or without an alignment magnet. Providing high efficiency greater than 75 % for the wireless charging of 7 V portable electronics, the new wireless charging Rx coil features a durable construction and high permeability shielding.
4th November 2013

Semtech expand ultra long range transceiver platform

Semtech expand ultra long range transceiver platform
Semtech have today announced the introduction of the new SX1276, SX1277, and SX1278 ultra long range transceivers integrating the company's new LoRa technology. Offering superior system performance for range, battery operation and interference immunit, the SX127X platform eliminates the need for repeaters and complex infrastructure. This means that the SX1276, SX1277, and SX1278 transceivers are ideal for metering, automation, IoT and M2M applications.
4th November 2013

DC-DC converters for wireless & telecom applications

DC-DC converters for wireless & telecom applications
Offering 544 watts with 95 percent efficiency, the newest addition to GE’s ORCA series of DC-DC converters has been introduced. The JRCK017A0S32R0 provides up to 17 amps of DC output current at a nominal output voltage of 32 volts DC, and enables a user to optimize the dynamic response of the converter to match the load with reduced output capacitance, Tunable Loop.
4th November 2013

WLAN firmware extends the useful life of wireless devices

WLAN firmware extends the useful life of wireless devices
Belden have today announced an industry first in the introduction of Hirschmann HiLCOS 8.8, with the new WLAN firmware supporting IPv6 as well as being able to extend the useful life of installed wireless devices. This device opens up new possibilities for using WLANin automation as Product Manager Pascal Unterdorfer explained: “The new HiLCOS 8.8 firmware opens up new possibilities for using WLAN in automation, for example, in power supply applications. These use public networks to control power distribution, making IPv6 routing an absolute must.”
30th October 2013

Wireless power reciever meets WPC 1.1 specification

Wireless power reciever meets WPC 1.1 specification
Offering portable device manufacturers a high-efficiency solution, IDT have today announced the new IDTP9025 wireless power receiver. Meeting the Wireless Power Consortium’s 1.1 “Qi” specification, the IDTP9025 is optimized for high-volume portable consumer applications and offers a cost-effective wireless power solution for universal compatibility with the next-generation of Qi charging bases.
29th October 2013


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