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DC/DC converter extends battery life in WSNs

DC/DC converter extends battery life in WSNs
Designed to extend the life of a primary battery in low power wireless system networks (WSNs), the LTC3107 is a DC/DC converter from Linear. The device combines energy harvesting and power management capability with a primary battery cell to extend the battery’s usable lifetime. 
28th February 2014

Receiver reduces power loss by as much as 50%

Receiver reduces power loss by as much as 50%
Supporting both WPC Qi 1.1 and PMA specifications, the bq51221 is a 5W wireless power receiver from Texas Instruments. The company claims that the device is the industry’s smallest, most efficient wireless power receiver to support both WPC and PMA specifications, with TI further claiming the device reduces power loss by as much as 50% when compared to existing receiver solutions.
28th February 2014

Wirelessly control machines with tablets and smartphones

Wirelessly control machines with tablets and smartphones
A major problem with many machines is that the HMI is often a small basic control box with a small display and a few buttons that is hard to read and adjust. However, there is usually a USB port that engineers can plug into and link to a laptop for diagnostics and controlling settings. This can create a short-range WiFi link to a tablet or smartphone that runs a custom app to control the machine by using a USB stick.
28th February 2014


Controller enables secure over-air transmission for IoT

Controller enables secure over-air transmission for IoT
Providing IoT designers with secure over-air transmission, LPRS's easyRadio Integrated Controller (eRIC) is available with an AES 128 bit data encryption option. Available with operating frequencies for World Markets, the eRIC is just half the size and half the cost of the easyRadio range and can be set by users to operate in a number of low power modes offering current consumption as low as 32µA.
27th February 2014

Compact rotary joint for use in Ka-band applications

Compact rotary joint for use in Ka-band applications
Specifically designed for use in low-profile Ka-band satellite-on-the-move terminals in either military or commercial applications, a compact dual-channel coaxial rotary joint has been introduced by Link Microtek. The AMCORJD-Ka rotary joint features a central K-type coaxial channel for transmissions in the 27.5-31.0GHz range and an outer DC-3GHz SMA coaxial channel for L-band receive signals.
27th February 2014

32-bit general-purpose MCU enables the IoT

32-bit general-purpose MCU enables the IoT
Based on the RXv2 CPU core announced in November 2013, the RX64M microcontrollers have been announced by Renesas. The company's first product in the flagship RX 32-bit MCUs to be fabricated in a 40nm process, the MCUs offer system designers a path to quickly and efficiently develop high-performance, low-power industrial equipment that supports a wide range of communications functions.
26th February 2014

Processors integrate WLAN and NAND flash memory

Processors integrate WLAN and NAND flash memory
At embedded world 2014, Toshiba Electronics Europe will exhibit a variety of application processors incorporating the IEEE802.11ac baseband standard for high-speed wireless LAN - and NAND flash memory. The TZ5000 series is suitable for applications including over-the-top tuners, IP media boxes, wearable devices, digital signage and thin clients.
26th February 2014

WPC & PMA compliant IC aids in mobile device development

WPC & PMA compliant IC aids in mobile device development
Billed as the industry's first dual-mode, wireless power receiver compatible with both the WPC and PMA standards, the IDTP9023 has been unveiled by IDT. The single-chip wireless power reciever enables OEMs to use a single wireless power receiver IC to develop mobile devices fully compatible with the latest versions of both Qi and PMA charging bases.
25th February 2014

The industry's first GNSS SoC for wearable devices

At Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, February 24-27, Broadcom will exhibit the BCM4771 GNSS SoC. The company has claimed that this is the industry's first Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) SoC designed for low-power, mass-market wearable devices such as fitness trackers and smart watches.
24th February 2014

MMW SoC offers up to 10Gb/s of capacity

A single-chip MMW SoC, optimized for wireless backhaul and fronthaul applications, has been introduced by Broadcom. The company claims that the BCM85100 SoC is the industry's first cost-effective product that offers up to 10 Gbps over single antenna, single channel and single polarization. This, therefore, provides carriers and telecomm equipment manufacturers with a unified millimeter wave solution.
19th February 2014


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