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Improving Internet with mid-wavelength infrared

With a growing number of people connecting to the Internet everyday, Internet cables are under the threat of a "bandwidth explosion." Free-space optical (FSO) communication is a promising candidate to lighten the load. FSO uses visible or infrared light to wirelessly transmit data through open air as opposed to using cables, which have limited bandwidth. The technology provides a low-cost and low-power alternative to traditional radio-frequency wireless data links.
28th July 2016

Industry's only Qi-certified 15W wireless power transmitter

Industry's only Qi-certified 15W wireless power transmitter
Texas Instruments has introduced the bq501210, the industry’s first Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) v1.2 Qi-certified 15W wireless power transmitter. The device enables 84% system efficiency with significantly less thermal dissipation than traditional wireless power devices. The transmitter supports multiple fast-charging protocols and offers an array of flexible and customisable features such as personal electronics, medical and space-constrained industrial applications.
26th July 2016

Find the right coils for wireless power transfer

Find the right coils for wireless power transfer
The manufacturer with the world’s broadest product spectrum of wireless power charging coils, is Würth Elektronik eiSos. Now the company provides developers with a tool to simplify selection of the right transmitter and receiver coils. Mix and Match, like the world's most precise AC loss calculator for power inductors, is another offering from the RED EXPERT Toolbox.
25th July 2016


2.4GHz wireless communication module is ISA100 compliant

2.4GHz wireless communication module is ISA100 compliant
  Murata has announced that its 2.4GHz-band wireless communication module, the LBBA0ZZ1EU, has been certified to be ISA100 Wireless compliant.
22nd July 2016

Positioning & connectivity modules are automotive qualified

Positioning & connectivity modules are automotive qualified
Expanding its product offering, u-blox has added automotive qualified product variants to its range of positioning and cellular wireless connectivity modules. Manufactured according to the ISO/TS 16949 automotive supply chain quality management standard, the modules are thoroughly tested with an extended qualification process aimed at achieving the lowest level of failure rates.
20th July 2016

Compact LPWAN wireless module supports LoRaWAN

Compact LPWAN wireless module supports LoRaWAN
Murata has announced a compact low cost LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) wireless module that supports the LoRaWAN long range wireless protocol. This standalone compact module measures just 12.5x11.6x1.76mm, is constructed in a metal shielded package and comprises a Semtech SX1276 ultra long range spread spectrum wireless transceiver and an ST STM32L0 series ARM Cortex M0+ 32 bit MCU.
15th July 2016

Harvesting renewable energy to power wireless sensors

Harvesting renewable energy to power wireless sensors
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are a step closer to harvesting renewable or ambient energy from mobile phone base stations to power battery-operated wireless sensors used in industries including health and agriculture. Lead researcher Dr Salman Durrani from the ANU Research School of Engineering said current wireless sensors for buildings, biomedical applications or wildlife monitoring use batteries which are often difficult to replace.
13th July 2016

Cardholder-sized SOS device uses u-blox technology

Cardholder-sized SOS device uses u-blox technology
  MCM Electronics has announced the launch of a new personal safety device, developed in collaboration with u-blox. LONEworkr, a people tracker and SOS device in a card holder format, is designed to track lone and isolated workers in order to locate them in the event of an emergency.
8th July 2016

The industry's first multiband SoCs for the IoT

The industry's first multiband SoCs for the IoT
Expanding its Wireless Gecko portfolio, Silicon Labs has introduced what it claims to be the industry’s first multiband, multiprotocol wireless SoC devices for the IoT market. The multiband Wireless Gecko SoCs enable developers to use the same multiprotocol device for operation in 2.4GHz and multiple sub-GHz bands, simplifying connected device designs, reducing cost and complexity and speeding time-to-market.
4th July 2016

Space-saving wireless charging for 5V applications

Space-saving wireless charging for 5V applications
  A powdered-iron-based, WPC-compatible wireless charging A11 type transmitter coil for 5V applications has been introduced by Vishay. 
30th June 2016


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