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Adaptive coded modulation enhances wireless data modem

Adaptive coded modulation enhances wireless data modem
Expanding the functionality of its CMX7164 multi-mode wireless data modem, CML Microcircuits has announced Adaptive Coded Modulation (ACM) capabilities. These new features allow modulation type and block format to change on the fly to dynamically select data block size, coding rate and CRC size.
18th March 2016

ATEX certified GSM/GPRS module selected for gas metering

ATEX certified GSM/GPRS module selected for gas metering
In collaboration with u-blox, Pietro Fiorentini has announced the RSE gas meter family for use in residential and industrial areas, where power efficiency, product robustness and reliability are crucial. The meters use the u-blox cellular module, SARA-G350, which is certified according to ATEX, an EU Directive defining the technical requirements and conformity assessment procedures to be applied to equipment deployed in potentially explosive environments.
18th March 2016

Railway router suits data-intensive communication

Railway router suits data-intensive communication
NetModule has presented the NB3711, a router especially designed for communication functions in railway traffic. As its well-established predecessor NB3710, the NB3711 Railway Router provides 5 robust M12 connectors and is certified according to railway standard EN50155 TX (-40 to +70°C) and fire safety standard CEN TS 45545.
17th March 2016


Flexible FPC antennas target 3G mobile data market

Flexible FPC antennas target 3G mobile data market
  Antenova is targeting the fast increasing 3G mobile device market with two flexible PCB antennas for 3G and MIMO. Both antennas operate at GSM850, GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900 and WCDMA2100 and will provide full coverage of the 3G bands in all world regions.
11th March 2016

Evaluation kits ease wireless charging test process

Wireless Charging Evaluation platforms developed by Semtech are now available directly through online distributors Digi-Key Electronics and Mouser Electronics. The Transmitter and Receiver platforms are available in a variety of power configurations and provide the tools design engineers need to quickly prototype and demonstrate their wireless charging applications.
3rd March 2016

Molex invests in Ossia’s Cota real wireless power platform

Molex has announced a strategic investment in Ossia, maker of the revolutionary Cota wireless power technology. The investment will help expand market access to the groundbreaking Cota technology by facilitating development of new products for consumers and businesses.
3rd March 2016

LoRa Module is designed for North American LPWAN

LoRa Module is designed for North American LPWAN
Microchip announces an addition to its LoRa technology product line. The RN2903 wireless modem works with North American Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) and is FCC certified for use in the 915MHz band. The RN2903 modem is designed to be an efficient way to add long-range LoRaWAN network capability to any embedded design by integrating a proven LoRaWAN protocol stack running on a low-power PIC MCU, along with the LoRa radio and embedded antenna matching circuit.
3rd March 2016

Space-saving customisable wireless access points released

Belden has debuted its latest solution for deploying industrial wireless networks – the BAT450-F Industrial WLAN Access Point family. The devices can be mounted anywhere, such as on masts or on walls, making it suitable for environments where space is a premium.
1st March 2016

TRUMPF customers benefit from maximum communication availability

TRUMPF customers benefit from maximum communication availability
Belden has demonstrated how a customised Hirschmann OpenBAT wireless solution enables the remote communication capability for TRUMPF. In order to guarantee the highest reliability to its industrial customer base, TRUMPF selected a tailor-made industrial Wireless LAN solution from Belden. Hirschmann OpenBAT-R provides highly available mobile wireless access for the flexible, cost-effective operation and service of their machines.
29th February 2016

Monitoring diabetes with smart socks

Monitoring diabetes with smart socks
Research by Nottingham Trent University, in collaboration with Copenhagen/San Francisco-based Siren Care, has led to the development of electronic smart socks which inform users of the early signs of diabetic foot ulcers. The new development could help doctors to remotely monitor diabetics for a potentially life threatening condition thanks to the measurement of foot temperature.
26th February 2016


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European Microwave Week 2016
3rd October 2016
United Kingdom ExCel London