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Connecting your product to an iPhone app: a simple guide

Connecting your product to an iPhone app: a simple guide
So you need to extend your product to interface with an iPhone? There are a few technologies you can use to achieve this, so it’s important that you make the right choice. In this article we will discuss the main technologies that you can use to wirelessly connect your product with an iPhone. In future articles we will go into greater detail on how to use each communication method in an iPhone app.
10th June 2016

Cloud-based wireless monitoring system protects NHS pathology samples

Integrated Pathology Partnerships (iPP) is improving efficiency and ensuring better patient care by using Checkit Automated Monitoring within its Somerset laboratories. iPP manages Southwest Pathology Services (SPS), a joint venture between iPP and the Foundation Trusts of Taunton & Somerset and Yeovil District Hospital, and has deployed over 100 Checkit sensors across its Taunton Hub and Essential Service Laboratories (ESLs) at Musgrove Park Hospital (Taunton) and Yeovil Hospital.
9th June 2016

Li-ion microbatteries suit Bluetooth & wireless

Li-ion microbatteries suit Bluetooth & wireless
The VARTA Microbattery/VARTA Storage group of companies has announced that it has expanded the CoinPower Series of lithium-ion rechargeable micro batteries to further enhance design flexibility, manufacturing efficiencies and cost effectiveness in Bluetooth, wireless, wearable, industrial and medical applications.
7th June 2016


Helping a broadcasting company to remain secure

Helping a broadcasting company to remain secure
To establish a robust infrastructure management solution, a large broadcasting company has deployed the Lantronix SLC8000 console managers in its various data centre sites around the world.
6th June 2016

Quantum satellite device to be used for global network

Quantum satellite device to be used for global network
Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the University of Strathclyde, UK, have become the first to test in orbit technology for satellite-based quantum network nodes. They have put a compact device carrying components used in quantum communication and computing into orbit. And it works: the team report first data in a paper published in the journal Physical Review Applied.
2nd June 2016

Transforming patient care with wireless monitoring

Transforming patient care with wireless monitoring
The need for complete monitoring systems within today’s hospitals and care homes is growing rapidly, with demand for personal health information, early warning scores and alerting when a patient's condition is deteriorating.
2nd June 2016

Firmware update adds BeiDou support to GNSS modules

Firmware update adds BeiDou support to GNSS modules
u-blox has announced a firmware upgrade for its NEO-M8P high precision GNSS modules. The small, highly cost effective and very precise Real Time Kinematics (RTK) modules now support BeiDou. Complementing u-blox's existing support for GPS+GLONASS satellite navigation systems, this release introduces 8Hz RTK update rates for GPS, making the NEO-M8P suitable for applications with high user dynamics.
2nd June 2016

SimpleLink WiFi modules simplify IoT connectivity

SimpleLink WiFi modules simplify IoT connectivity
Based around the TI CC3200 and CC3100 SimpleLink chipsets, two 2.4GHz IEEE802.11 b/g/n compliant wireless modules have been announced by Murata. The Type 1JP and Type1JQ modules, measuring 13.2x21.45x2.65mm, significantly ease incorporating wireless internet connectivity to a host of embedded applications and especially IoT designs.
2nd June 2016

Universal transmitter can make any switch wireless

Universal transmitter can make any switch wireless
  The latest addition to RF Solutions’ wireless product range, SQUIDBOARD is a quick to fit and versatile gadget which can make any switch wireless. Simply connect any closed contact switch to one of the SQUIDBOARD’s wire pairs to create a radio transmitter switch.
1st June 2016

Semtech supports Microchip's all-in-one LoRa evaluation kit

Semtech has announced that Microchip Technology has released an all-in-one LoRa technology evaluation kit that includes the required components to create an LPWAN for either Europe or North America. The evaluation kit gives IoT developers a simplified way to develop, evaluate and demonstrate a LoRa-based commercial LPWAN for either the European 868MHz band or the North American 915MHz band.
31st May 2016


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